The mother of the man charged in an Omaha murder spree is facing even more charges connected to the case.
WOWT Six News reported last Friday that 47--year-old Lori Jenkins faces two counts of being an accessory in the August 11th murders of 26-year-old Juan Uribe-Pena and 29-year-old Jorge Cajiga-Ruiz.
Monday, Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine confirmed that Lori Jenkins is also accused of being an accessory in the murder of Andrea Kruger. Lori Jenkins is suspected of helping to dispose of evidence and of lying to investigators.
Lori is already accused of being the person who bought the ammunition that was used in the killing of Ruiz and Pena.
Nikko Jenkins allegedly told police that the night Uribe-Pena and Cajiga-Ruiz were murdered, his sister Erica Jenkins and Christine Bordeaux had visited a handful of south Omaha nightclubs. Jenkins claimed the two women ran out of money and it was routine for them to steal from others in that part of town. The women met the victims and went back to an apartment with them, where one of the women called Nikko, believing the men had $1,000 in cash.
Nikko allegedly instructed the women to take the victims to Spring Lake Park. When the four arrived at the park, the two women got out of the truck and Nikko claims he shot the victims, one shot each to the head and then stole their wallets.
Erica Jenkins and Christine Bordeaux are facing conspiracy charges in the Spring Lake murders. Nikko Jenkins is charged with 2 counts of first degree murder for the killings.