New details are emerging from a south Omaha triple murder case. Three members of the Avalos family were executed in their home back in early July.
Anthony Davis and Timothy Britt have been charged with the murders and are headed to trial but the man at the center of it all worked for OPD.
Greg Logemann seems to have been playing both sides against the middle.
He worked as a confidential informant for OPD and actually brought Miguel Avalos to the attention of the narcotics unit.
Logemann also allegedly helped Davis and Britt find the Avalos house the night of the gruesome murders.
Right now Logemann is in the Douglas County Jail after he was arrested by the fugitive task force for a probation violation.
Avalos family members learned the gruesome details of the murders of Miguel Sr. and Junior and Jose Avalos.
All three died the result of shots to their heads after the gunmen burst through a side door in the early morning hours of July 9th.
They also found out that Miguel Sr. was the target of a narcotics investigation.
"No because they all had questions; what... What he was actually doing."
Avalos family friends Jacqui Gauff and Sandra Martinez spoke to reporters after the preliminary hearing for Davis and Britt. But the proceedings raised more questions than answers; of the six to eight characters who knew some or all of what was going to happen that day why only two murder arrests?
Sandra Martinez says, "The Avalos family is very upset. They still want more answers they just don't understand why they went in and did it, did what they did."
Prosecutors say the motive was greed on the part of Davis and Britt. And they were directed to Miguel's house by Logemann.
Logemann's motives remain unclear but one defense theory suggests that Logemann feared he had lost the love of his wife to Miguel Sr.
Whatever the reason the murders were sloppy.
According to detectives, Davis' girlfriend told them he was upset because Logemann lead him to believe the Avalos robbery would be easy but he now believes that Logemann set them up.
According to testimony today Logemann called police to report that Avalos was a meth dealer. It turns out Logemann knew this because he used to get his drugs from Avalos.
But Avalos stopped selling him meth because according to one officer, Avalos thought Logemann was a snitch.