Nikko Allen Jenkins is an American murderer convicted of committing four murders in Omaha, Nebraska, in August 2013. The killings take place within a month after serving a term of 10 and a half years from prison. The 21-year-old man was found guilty of car robbery at the age of 15 and assault in prison. Jenkins said he carried out the murders on the orders of the ancient snake god Apophis. He is said to have the power to appear in court, was convicted of 4 murders and sentenced to death in May 2017
Serial killer who, in April 2014, was convicted of four counts of first-degree murder. All four killings were committed less than one month after serving a ten-year prison sentence for robbery and assault.
He started his life of crime at an early age, bringing a handgun to elementary school at age seven.
He is known for his abundance of facial tattoos, which he has claimed are written in the language of the Egyptian goddess Apophis.
His mother Lori was indicted for being a felon in possession of ammunition in 2013.
He and Charles Starkweather are both known serial killers from Nebraska.
- Death Penalty in Nebraska - The death penalty is a legal punishment in the state of Nebraska, United States. In 2015, the state legislature voted to abolish the death penalty, overcoming Governor Pete Ricketts' veto power. However, one petition obtained enough signatures to suspend the denunciation until there was a public vote.
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Latest information about Nikko Jenkins updated on June 07 2021.