Man wanted in connection to Lincoln homicide arrested in Colorado

Published: Jul. 5, 2016 at 3:59 PM CDT
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A third person has been arrested in connection to the homicide of Christopher Coleman.

Lincoln Police confirm 24-year-old Terique Jackson was arrested in Aurora, Colorado. He will be extradited back to Lincoln. There was a warrant out for his arrest.

Coleman was shot and killed on April 18, 2016 inside his home at 1966 Euclid Avenue.

According to court documents, Jackson was wanted for aid and abet robbery, aid and abet 1st degree murder and accessory to a felony.

Jackson was developed as a suspect through witness statements, Facebook records and a confidential informant, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.

The documents state, a witnesses reported seeing a dark-colored BMW convertible parked in the area of Coleman’s home around the time of the shooting.

One witness reported seeing the BMW shortly after the homicide driving around the area within one block from 1966 Euclid on 19th Street and then on Prospect Street, the documents state.

Both witnesses reported seeing a single, light skinned Black or Hispanic Male driving the vehicle, which the documents say matches the description of Jackson.

Facebook records confirm that Jackson was in contact with the person responsible for the robbery and homicide, just before it happened, according to the affidavit.

According to the conversation on Facebook, Jackson said he would drive the suspect to the scene of the intended armed robbery and resulting homicide in his BMW, the court document state.

Law enforcement confirmed that Jackson drives a dark blue 1997 BMW 2-door convertible that is registered to his name.

A confidential informant identified Jackson as the driver during the robbery and homicide.

Police have made two other arrests in connection to the homicide.

Police arrested 18-year-old Angelique M. Fisher on charges of accessory to a felony. Court documents reveal that she had contact with multiple suspects in the incident, including the shooter.

According to Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister, Fisher is Xheronte Lewis' girlfriend.

Lewis was arrested on April 22, on charges of aiding and abetting a robbery.

The shooter has not been arrested or identified to 1011 News.

Coleman was found dead inside the front doorway of his living room.

Jerry Griffis Jr. was also shot multiple times, according to LPD. Court documents state he spent time in a Lincoln hospital and is now paralyzed from the legs down after a gunshot passed through his spine.

Court documents state, a quantity of marijuana was taken from 1966 Euclid Avenue in the events of the shooting. Lincoln Police said the homicide was connected to drug activity.