Nebraska Double Murder Suspect Arrested in California

A suspect in a double-murder that happened in Douglas, Nebraska last week has been taken into custody in California. 36 year old Brindar Jangir of Sioux City, was arrested Saturday afternoon by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents in California.

Jangir was in Mexico and attempting to regain entry into the United States on foot. He was arrested without incident at the Otay Sentri border crossing, approximately 40 miles southeast of San Diego.

Jangir was wanted for the murders of Randal and Annette Grimes. They were both found dead in their home after the Otoe County Sheriff’s Office responded to reports of gunshots at 100 Otoe Street in Douglas at approximately 6:00 a.m. Saturday, March 23.

In addition to an Otoe County warrant for murder, Jangir also has a warrant from Lancaster County for a stolen gun, which was used to commit the murders. Nebraska State Patrol investigators are traveling to California to continue their investigation.


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