Garcia Bankruptcy Filing Indicates Car Spotted at Dundee Murder Scene
CREATED Jul. 16, 2013
Omaha, NE - KMTV Action 3 News has obtained a bankruptcy filing from Dr. Anthony Garcia, the man Omaha police believe is responsible for four murders.
In 2005, Garcia was living in California and filed for Chapter 7. The property to be obtained was a 2000 Honda CR-V. A silver car of that make and model was spotted by several neighbors on March 13, 2008, the day someone stabbed Thomas Hunter and Shirlee Sherman in the Hunter's Dundee home. Hunter's father was on a member of the pathology department at Creighton University, where Garcia was fired in 2001.
Five years later, someone murdered Dr. Roger and Mary Brumback in their West Omaha home. Dr. Brumback was also on staff at Creighton's pathology department.
The Illinois State Police pulled over Garcia in Union County, IL on Monday and took him into custody. He'll appear in court there Wednesday morning, at which time the extradition process could get underway. Garcia will be charged with four counts of murder. Police say the investigation is still on-going.