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October 8, 2015

DAILYKENN.com -- An arrest has been made in what police described as a "very brutal" murder.

Reginald Briggs, 31, is accused of killing 31-year-old Teresa Longo.

The victim's body was found at a house in Omaha, Neb. after police obtained a search warrant.

Monday, Longo’s sister Andria Reuting wrote on Facebook: “My heart is being ripped open to even write this. My sister Teresa is gone. We’ve lost a daughter, sister, niece, cousin, friend, and mother. I ask that you pray for our family and those who love Teresa. God is good and he is comforting her now.”

The alleged killer has a long rap sheet, including incarceration.

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Briggs and Longo knew each other, Omaha Police Capt. Kerry Neumann said.

“She’s the victim of a very brutal murder,” he said.

Briggs was released from a Nebraska prison in February. In 2012, he was sentenced to three to six years for possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

In 2010, Briggs was sentenced to one year in prison for two counts of third-degree domestic assault and driving with a revoked license.

Briggs is already awaiting trial in Douglas County on misdemeanors. He was arrested Aug. 26 on suspicion of third-degree domestic assault and criminal mischief.

In August, he served three days in the Douglas County Correctional Center for shoplifting and failure to comply with a citation, both misdemeanors.

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