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Nebraska State Patrol says arrest made in relation to 4 murders in Laurel

A 42-year- the old man was arrested on Friday in connection with four murders early Thursday morning in Laurel, Nebraska, according to state patrol. Criminologists. found evidence linking Laurel resident Jason Jones to the murders. After trying for Jones to get out home voluntarily, a special forces group of the Nebraska State Patrol Service entered into home as well as found Jones with According to law enforcement, serious burns. NSP said he was airlifted to Lincoln Hospital. in serious condition as of Friday morning. Nebraska State Patrol also believes that the shooting played role in death in two different homes in city ​​in northeastern Nebraska. Around 3 a.m., the Cedar County Sheriff’s Office responded to a request. call about an explosion in a residential building in Laurel and fire teams found a person dead inside home, according to the Nebraska State Patrol. Victim in first place of residence was determined as 53-year- Elderly Michel Ebeling, according to the Nebraska State Patrol. When investigators arrived at the scene, second fire reported to authorities a few blocks away. Three people we found dead in in second residence and fire the crews worked to preserve the evidence by placing out in fire, the state patrol said. Three injured in second of residence were identified as 86-year-old Gene Twyford, 85 years old-year-old Janet Twyford and 55-year- old Dana Twyford. Fire investigators believe boosters may have been used. in each of fires, according to authorities. Officials are waiting on autopsy for in cause of death. Recordings obtained by KETV NewsWatch 7 indicate that Jones lived in Omaha in one point. It is associated with one Omaha rental property for six months in 2019 and 2020 as well with a second Omaha address with without date on record.Jones also had several residences in Texas and Oklahoma in the early 2000s and his move to Cedar County took place in 2018. Nebraska State Patrol said there was no gift. danger to Laurel community how result of in arrest.

A 42-year- the old man was arrested on Friday in connection with four murders early Thursday morning in Laurel, Nebraska, according to state patrol.

Crime scene investigators found evidence linking Laurel resident Jason Jones to the murders.

After trying for Jones to get out home voluntarily, a special forces group of the Nebraska State Patrol Service entered into home as well as found Jones with According to law enforcement, serious burns. NSP said he was airlifted to Lincoln Hospital. in serious condition as of Friday morning.

Nebraska State Patrol also believes that the shooting played role in death in two different homes in city ​​in northeastern Nebraska.

Around 3 a.m., the Cedar County Sheriff’s Office responded to a request. call about an explosion in a residential building in Laurel and fire teams found a person dead inside home, according to the Nebraska State Patrol.

injured on first place of residence was determined as 53-year- Old Michelle Ebeling, according to the Nebraska State Patrol.

When investigators arrived at the scene, second fire reported to authorities in several neighborhoods.

Three people we found dead in in second residence and fire the crews worked to preserve the evidence by placing out in fire— reported in the state patrol service.

Three injured in second of residence were identified as 86-year-old Gene Twyford, 85 years old-year-old Janet Twyford and 55-year- old Dana Twyford.

Investigators believe boosters may have been used in each of fires, according to authorities.

Officials are waiting on autopsy for in cause of death.

Recordings obtained by KETV NewsWatch 7 indicate that Jones lived in Omaha in one dot.

He is associated with one Omaha rental property for six months in 2019 and 2020 as well with a second Omaha address with without date on Entrance.

Jones also had several residences in Texas and Oklahoma in the early 2000s and his move to Cedar County took place in 2018.

The Nebraska State Patrol said there was no gift. danger to Laurel community how result of in arrest.

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