A hearing Wednesday for a former Terre Haute doctor accused of killing four people tied to an Omaha medical school that fired him in 2001.
Testimony in court from a homicide detective reveled that 40 year old Anthony Garcia told a stripper he had killed a small boy and an old woman.
Police say that Garcia's smart phone and computer tablet revealed GPS searches for the addresses of two of the victims.
Prosecutors presented evidence showing that all four victims had suffered similar stab wounds to their necks, and that parts of a gun that was recovered matched the model of a handgun that Garcia bought in Indiana in March.
At the end of the hearing the judge in the case ruled that there was enough evidence for a trial to proceed. Garcia is being held without bond.
Prosecutors have not yet decided if they will seek the death penalty against Garcia.
A conviction of first-degree murder in Nebraska brings a minimum sentence of life in prison without parole.