CREATED Jul. 23, 2013
Omaha, NE - Even though a door to her home had been left ajar, Dr. Chanda Bewtra didn't think twice about being a target herself.
"I did not even make the connection at that time. We were all so shocked at the Brumback's news that we were not thinking anything else."
Omaha police haven't confirmed if Dr. Bewtra is considered to be another Creighton target, but Bewtra has worked in the Pathology Department there for more than three decades.
"I don't know. I don't know what would have happened. I'm just really glad I wasn't home."
Bewtra didn't consider her break-in a connection to the two Creighton double homicides, until she saw the time line of Garcia's whereabouts on May 12th.
Police say at 12:38 p.m. he stopped at a Casey's in Council Bluffs to buy beer. An hour later is the last time anyone heard or saw the Brumback's alive. At 2:05 p.m., Bewtra received a call from her security company. At 2:26 p.m. police say Garcia went to Wingstop just a mile away from Bewtra's home.
"That's how we realized we were pretty close to him, or he was pretty close to us."
When Action 3 News asked Dr. Bewtra is she had a hand in firing Garcia in 2001...
"You were also involved in the firing of Anthony Garcia? No. I cannot discuss that. That is not accurate? I'm sorry I cannot discuss it."
She would not answer any questions about the accused killer.