Threatening to “do what Nikko did” has earned an inmate in Lincoln another few decades behind bars.
That threat, a reference to the self-mutilating facially tattooed spree-killer Nikko Jenkins, led to a sentence of 30 to 50 years Friday.
Jenkins killed four people in Omaha within days of being released from prison in 2013.
Like Jenkins, Gage M. Capone, 55, was a prisoner who threatened before his release to harm others when he was let out. Unlike Jenkins, he didn’t have a chance to kill anybody. As soon as he was released last March, authorities arrested him on suspicion of making terroristic threats.
According to an arrest warrant, issued the day before he finished his previous prison sentence, Capone made 11 threats against several people from July 2010 to February 2016. They included specific threats against family members of prison staff. Some were overheard by others, and some were written in forms and letters
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