OMAHA (KPTM) - An investigation is underway in North Omaha after someone's body turns up in front of a home near 18th and Clark Streets.
Police were called to the area around 7:00 A.M. and began looking for evidence. It's the 33rd homicide of the year so far in Omaha and the sixth murder this month.
"It's sad because they're killing off the next generation and they're killing themselves," said Bobby Rogers. "Everybody's tired of this."
Rogers found the body, later identified by police as 22-year-old Curtis Bradford, in front of his garage early Monday morning after getting home from work. He initially thought a pile of clothes was sitting there, but as he got closer it turned out to be much more.
"That's when I saw a puddle of blood and some meat shavings."
Police say they're investigating the death as foul play; a homicide that has Councilman Ben Gray saying enough is enough.
"For things like this to happen, I know it's disturbing to the neighbors," said Gray.
Omaha police have not made an arrest yet. If you have any information on this case you're urged to contact Crimestoppers. You can remain anonymous.
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