Chief Todd Schmaderer said the killer crossed racial and gender lines _ an occurrence police don't often see.
Omaha's police chief says the person responsible for killing four people in three separate shootings last month is "an indiscriminate killer.''
Chief Todd Schmaderer said during a news conference Wednesday that the killer crossed racial and gender lines _ an occurrence police don't often see.
Officials announced the arrest of Nikko Jenkins on Wednesday in the killings. Those include Andrea Kruger on August 21st, 2Curtis Bradford on August 19th and Jorge Cajiga-Ruiz and Juan Uribe-Pena on August 11th. All were shot in the head.
Jenkins is being held on $500,000 bond on separate threat and weapons charges.