BELLEVUE, Neb. A man confessed Monday to killing two laborers and injured two others at a Nebraska drive-thru eatery.스포츠중계
Roberto Silva Jr. confessed to each of the 15 charges connected with the Nov. 21, 2020, taking shots at a Sonic Drive-in eatery in the Omaha suburb of Bellevue, the Sarpy County lawyer said in a news discharge.
The request implies Silva’s case will not go to preliminary yet Sarpy County Attorney Lee Polikov said he actually plans to look for the demise penalty.Silva came up against various indictments, including two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of endeavored murder and torching.
He was blamed for burning down a U-Haul truck that he had headed to the Sonic Drive-in and afterward entered the eatery and shot the laborers. At the point when officials showed up at the eatery, they tracked down the U-Haul on fire and four casualties in the business.
The shooting came days after police captured Silva outside the café on charges he had utilized someone else’s Sonic application record to purchase $57 worth of burgers and corn canines in four separate buys at the area. Silva paid 10% of his $1,500 bail and was set free from prison.