Shooting Spree Suspect Had Highest Amount of Meth in System Ever Seen
OMAHA (KPTM) - The man police say shot four people, killing two before police killed him in a shootout over two weeks ago had one of the highest amounts of meth amphetamine in his system ever seen.
Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine says the doctor who conducted the toxicology test on Jorge Abraham Zarazua-Rubio reports he had over 25 the times of meth in his system of someone who would usually overdose on the drug.
Police say Zarazua-Rubio randomly shot four people the afternoon of June 15. Police are still investigating the first shooting in that spree, which happened at an apartment near 35th and Hascall.
Aaron Anderson was shot there. Police arrested a woman at that apartment for meth possession. Police are also looking for another man who left that area.