Chris Karmazin Death, Lincoln, NE, Police Identify Two Men Killed in Homicide

Chris Karmazin Death, Lincoln, NE – The Lincoln Police Department has identified the two victims who were struck and killed by a vehicle driven by a woman who was 27 years old on Monday at an apartment complex in Lincoln, Nebraska. The driver of the vehicle was a woman. Taylor Bradley was allegedly behind the wheel on Monday afternoon in the area of The Lodge Apartments, which are situated in the general vicinity of South 48th Street and Old Cheney Road, according to the Lincoln police. Bradley is allegedly responsible, according to the police, for hitting two people who were working maintenance with her vehicle.

According to the authorities, Bradley “purposefully discovered” both of the victims, a man called Chris Karmazin, age 42, and a man named Ronald Gonzalez, age 45, in a grassy area next to the clubhouse, and then struck both of them with her vehicle. The victims were both men. Chris Karmazin and Ronald Gonzalez have been named as the two people who lost their lives. According to the Lincoln police, it was discovered that the two men, who had both been employed as maintenance workers at the apartment complex, had both passed away at the spot where the incident took place. Bradley was arrested without incident on two counts of second-degree murder, according to the reports coming from the Lincoln Police Department.

The authorities have indicated that they have video of the conduct itself, which indicates Bradley’s purpose in committing the crime, and they have shown this video to the public. According to the information provided by the Lincoln police, there is a distance of around twenty to thirty yards between the location of the apartment complex where the victims were struck by the vehicle and the street.

On Wednesday, when Bradley appeared in court in Lancaster County, the judge decided that he should be allowed to post bond in the sum of $2 million. She was arrested and is being held at the Lancaster County Correctional Facility at this time. She has been taken into custody. In the event that you have any information, you are highly encouraged to get in touch with the Lincoln Police Department by using the number 402-441-6000.