The conditions of two men shot on June 15th in a spree of violence has improved.
Aaron Anderson and Angel Cabrera are listed in serious condition at Creighton Alegent Health. Since the shooting, they had been critical.
Twenty-five-year-old Jorge Abraham Zarazua-Rubio was shot and killed by police on June 15th, following the deadly shooting spree. According Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine, Rubio had meth in his system at the time of the shooting.
Police struggled to identify Rubio, and used a number of methods to do so. Kleine says he used various aliases and worked a number of jobs around town.
Police say are still looking for a witness who left the shooting scene at 31st and Hascall.
On June 15, the first shooting occurred at 2:03 p.m. behind an apartment building at South 31st and Hascall where 31-year-old Aaron Anderson was found critically wounded. A second shooting was reported at 2:23 p.m. near South 33rd and D streets where 46-year-old Angel Cabrera was also found critically wounded.
A third shooting was reported at 2:27 p.m. at 34th and F streets where 25-year-old Anthony Vazzano was found dead. A fourth shooting at 2:32 p.m. at South 33rd and E streets where police found 25-year-old Pascual Bautista-Raymundo dead in an alley.
A witness followed the suspect and called police using his cell phone. The suspect was confronted by OPD Officer Coral Walker, a 13-year veteran of the force, at Dahlman Avenue and F Street and the two exchanged gunfire. The suspect was wounded in the neck and later pronounced dead at the hospital.
A full toxicology report on Rubio is expected in about 10 days.