Skip to comments.Police probe August slayings as man, family members are taken into custody
Posted on 08/30/2013 6:51:15 PM PDT by hatfieldmccoy
Before his July 30 release from prison, Nikko Jenkins reportedly had promised his fellow inmates that the world would soon take notice of his exploits.
And he made another promise to them that he would never return.
Now authorities are trying to determine whether Jenkins attempted to make good on those boasts.
As The World-Herald first reported Friday, Omaha police and Douglas County sheriff's detectives are investigating whether Jenkins, 26, was involved in three sets of killings in August that occurred over a 10-day span:
» The Aug. 21 slaying of Andrea Kruger, 33.
» The Aug. 19 killing of Curtis Bradford, 22.
» The Aug. 11 slayings of Jorge Cajiga-Ruiz, 29, and Juan Uribe-Pena, 26.
(Excerpt) Read more at omaha.com ...
It was society’s fault. He was just starting to turn his life around. He’s been interested in music.
Another black on White murder that won’t make the national news.
He had white friends in prison?
He may have some mental illness, the official said. But he knows right from wrong.
This official should be held accountable. Jenkins may have
known “right from wrong but he obviously didn’t care.
Also. Jenkins running his mouth in prison like he did
would make it easy for someone to set him up.