Grieving Family Waits For Answers: “It's Just Been Hell"

By: Malorie Maddox, Jeff Sabin Email
By: Malorie Maddox, Jeff Sabin Email

Another Omaha family is grieving the loss of a loved one to violence. The body of 37-year-old James Moss Jr. was found by his sister in his home at 18th and Manderson Friday afternoon.

Barbara Robinson told Channel 6 News Sunday she went to check on her brother after no one could reach him. “It's just been hell. My little brother is dead. When they go and take a life, maybe they won't get caught by police, maybe they are just that good, but the torment of their mind, they'll have to live with that. He was my brother, a husband, a friend, a dad.”

Barbara says she found James' body around 2 p.m. and sat outside his house for 16 hours while police finished their investigation. “I stayed outside his house in my car until 6 o’clock that morning. I just wanted to take care of what I could for my brother.”

Police said Sunday night no arrest has been made in the case. Anyone with information about the murder is asked to call police at 402-444-5652.


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