Creighton U. Pathology personnel resting easier following arrest of murder suspect
OMAHA - For the first time in many months – and perhaps for five years – members of the Creighton University’s Pathology Department are resting a little easier. A suspect has been arrested in two double-murders involving pathology staff. Forty-year-old Dr. Anthony Garcia was arrested Monday in Illinois. Police say he was a resident at Creighton in 2000 but was terminated after 11 months for a display of erratic behavior. He is accused of murdering 11-year-old Thomas Hunter and the Hunter family housekeeper, Shirlee Sherman, in March 0f 2008 and of the murder in May of this year of Dr. Roger Brumback and his wife, Mary. Dr. Brumback. Thomas Hunter’s father were involved in Garcia’s dismissal from the Creighton Pathology Department more than 12 years ago.