A trial date has been set for the sister of an Omaha man convicted of killing four people.
Douglas County District Judge Peter Bataillon on Monday set a Sept. 22 start date for Erica Jenkins' trial. She has pleaded not guilty to charges including first-degree murder and two counts of criminal conspiracy and use of a weapon.
Jenkins is the sister of Nikko Jenkins. Nikko Jenkins was found guilty in April of killing Curtis Bradford, Jorge Cajiga-Ruiz, Juan Uribe-Pena and Andrea Kruger over 10 days last August.
On Monday, Erica Jenkins waived her right to a speedy trial on three counts of assaulting correctional officers or inmates. rica Jenkins' attorney also said his client was uncomfortable wearing both shackles and a stun belt.