Photo places slaying suspect Garcia in Omaha area same week that Brumbacks were slain - Omaha.com
Published Thursday, July 18, 2013 at 12:00 am / Updated at 6:18 am
Photo places slaying suspect Garcia in Omaha area same week that Brumbacks were slain

Omaha police on Wednesday released a photo that places Dr. Anthony J. Garcia in the metropolitan area the same week that Roger and Mary Brumback were slain in their southwest Omaha home.

Their bodies were discovered May 14 in their home near 114th and Shirley Streets. Garcia then was living in Terre Haute, Ind.

The image of Garcia is from a May 12 surveillance camera that recorded him buying alcohol at the Casey's General Store at 1928 Sherwood Drive in Council Bluffs.

Garcia, 40, was arrested Monday in southern Illinois and faces four counts of first-degree murder.

He is not only charged in the May deaths of the Brumbacks but also the March 2008 deaths of Thomas Hunter, 11, and Shirlee Sherman, 57.

The 2008 killings occurred in the home near 54th and Davenport Streets of Creighton pathologist William Hunter. Roger Brumback also was a CU pathologist.

Garcia was fired as a resident in pathology at Creighton University in 2001. Authorities allege the killings were revenge over his dismissal from Creighton.

Check Omaha.com for the latest in this case.

Read more on the Garcia case:

Doctor will be returned to Nebraska to face four murder charges

Kleine: Prosecutors weighing whether to seek death penalty in Garcia case

Documents shed light on Garcia's dismissal at Creighton

Interactive timeline: Creighton murders

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