Murder Suspect In Court Monday
A judge Monday refused to reduce the 500-thousand dollar bond for the man accused in the April shooting death of a Nebraska soccer star. 22 year old Lucky Iromanya is charged with second-degree murder, in the shooting death of Nebraska soccer star Jenna Cooper.
Iramanya's accused of firing a shot at UNL student, Nolan Jenkins during a party at a house. But the bullet grazed his head, and then hit Cooper in the throat killing her. Iromanya faces four felony charges, including second-degree murder. If convicted, he could face up to life in prison, plus an additional 150 years. His trial is now set for July.