Omaha Suspect Arrested on Winnebago Reservation

OMAHA (AP) - The Douglas County Sheriff's Office reports that a man believed to have helped commit one of four linked Omaha killings last month has been arrested.  Warren J. Levering was arrested this morning on the Winnebago Indian Reservation in northeast Nebraska. Authorities had issued an arrest warrant for the 51-year-old Levering yesterday.  He is accused of being an accessory to a felony in the Aug. 21 death of Andrea Kruger, 33, who was shot and killed in an intersection northwest of Omaha as she was headed home from work.  Prosecutors have charged Nikko Jenkins, 26, who is Levering's nephew, with four counts of murder in connection with Kruger's death and three other killings. Levering is in the custody of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.

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