Man accused in Hell's Angels homicide pleads guilty
OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - The man charged with murdering someone inside the Hell's Angel Motorcycle Club pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
Jay Witt faces up to 120 years in prison after Monday's plea, according to Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine.
Investigators say Witt shot and killed William Furlong last July.
Surveillance showed Witt and his girlfriend Tammy Kozak leaving the south Omaha club after the shooting.
Kozak told investigators Witt said he shot Furlong because he thought he had a weapon.