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Arrests made in Omaha double homicide

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By: Channel 8 Newsroom
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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) Omaha police say they have arrested two men charged with felony murder in connection with the December 2nd death of two men found inside an auto body business.
    

In custody are Terrell Newman, 39, and Derrick Stricklin, 36.
    

A police statement says they were arrested Friday by the Metro Fugitive Task Force after warrants were issued for their arrest.
    

Police provide no additional details saying their investigation is continuing.
    

Online court records show both men have Omaha addresses. They are charged with murder and use of a firearm to commit a felony in warrants issued Friday.
    

Records do not list attorneys for them.

Earlier police had identified Bernardo Noriega, 40, and Carlos Morales, 47, as the victims of a homicide. They were found inside Morales' Genuine Auto Body business.

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