A man who was shot to death in Omaha had been acquitted of first-degree murder in the 2001 death of his girlfriend.
Carlos A. Alonzo, 40, who was killed early Saturday, was acquitted in 2005 in the death several years earlier of his girlfriend, Teresa Windham.
The 17-year-old Windham disappeared from a Council Bluffs motel where she was staying with Alonzo.
Her body was later found near Fremont.
Prosecutors allege Alonzo killed Windham at the motel, but a judge acquitted him of the first-degree murder charge.
Saturday's killing was the 11th homicide in Omaha in 2016.
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