Man Gets Into Argument With 3 Friends, Police Then Find Their Bodies

By Ivan Pentchoukov

Arkansas police arrested a man on Wednesday morning in connection with a triple homicide, KATV reported.

Garland County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a call on Tuesday, Dec. 5, from a man who said he had information about a murder. The deputies spoke to a man in Hot Springs, Arkansas who said that 34-year-old Nicholas Matthew Lewondowski visited his home on Monday with three friends.

Nicholas Matthew Lewondowski (Facebook)

Lewondowski got into an argument with the three friends about some stolen property, the deputies learned. Lewondowski lost his cool and left the home with his friends to go to another location, according to the arrest affidavit.

Nicholas Matthew Lewondowski (Garland County Sheriff’s Office)

Lewondowski then returned to the man’s home the next day, the affidavit states, and told him that he had killed the three friends. Lewondowski asked for help in covering up the murders.

Nicholas Matthew Lewondowski (Facebook)

The man then went to help Lewondowski move vehicles near a home on Nevada Street. Lewondowski told the man that “they would probably just burn the residence down.”

After hearing the man’s report, the officers went to 208 Nevada St. in Hot Springs and found three bodies inside the unlocked house.

The home at 208 Nevada St. in Hot Springs, Arkansas where the bodies of three men were found on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017. (Screenshot/Google Maps)
(Screenshot/Google Maps/Infographic/NTD)

Lewondowski was charged with three counts of capital murder, according to the Garland County Sheriff’s inmate roster. His next court appearance is set for Dec. 19.

(Garland County Sheriff’s Office)
 
 
 

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