Judge Denies Bond for Man Charged in Omaha Woman’s Death

Posted 1 year ago

By Scott Carlson

Sergio Perez

Sergio Perez

(AP) — A judge has denied bond for a 19-year-old man now charged with first-degree murder in the rape and beating death of a 93-year-old Omaha woman.

Sergio Martinez-Perez had been denied bond earlier in the week when he was charged with first-degree assault, first-degree sexual assault and burglary. The assault charge was changed to first-degree murder when Louise Sollowin died from her injuries on Wednesday, three days after she was beaten and raped in her home.

On Friday, a judge denied bond on the murder charge.

Police say officers found Martinez-Perez naked and passed out on top of the woman Sunday morning. Authorities believe Martinez-Perez entered the home through an unlocked door.

Prosecutors are weighing whether to seek the death penalty for Martinez-Perez.


  • The White Jesus

    good. he needs to be locked up. dirtbag!

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    • c’mon man

      Actually, locked up is to good for this piece if garbage. He needs something that will torture him every day all day long. Something that will make him wish that he was dead too.

      Current score: 2