Angelo Bol, 34, pleaded no contest in Buffalo County District Court to first-degree murder of Karel Perez-Almaguer, 34, on December 15th at the Gibbon Packing parking lot.
In exchange for his plea, a charge of using a firearm to commit a felony was dismissed.
According to Buffalo County Attorney Shawn Eatherton, the incident began December 14th after an altercation at Gibbon Packing between Bol, Perez and others.
Based on the incident, Bol and another man were fired the following day. After being fired, Bol went to his home in Grand Island, then returned to Gibbon Packing with a handgun and waited hours for Perez to get off work.
As Perez left work shortly before 5 p.m., Bol approached him in the parking lot and shot him several times in the chest and head. Perez was pronounced dead at the scene.
Bol remains in the Buffalo County Jail on $3 million dollars bond. Sentencing will be in June.
By Brent Wiethorn, KKPR, Kearney