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We now know the names of the two people killed in a mobile home fire in Ewing, NE that turned in to a double homicide investigation. The Antelope County Attorney, Joe Alber, confirms that the victims are 25-year-old Victoria D. Lee and 30-year-old Gabino A. Vargas. Lee is originally from Missouri Valley, IA. Vargas grew up in Omaha, NE.
Officers discovered the bodies of Lee and Vargas, when they responded to a domestic situation just after midnight on December 8th. The mobile home is located just outside of Ewing on 857th road. They had gotten a call about a fight and that a gun may be involved. When they arrived, the mobile home was fully engulfed in flames.
The mobile home is owned by Fry Dairy. Dairy worker Francisco Gomez, a co-worker of Vargas, was able to escape the fire. He told fire crews that two people were trapped inside the home. Once the fire was put out, investigators found the bodies in a bedroom in the southwest corner of the home. Gomez was interviewed and released.
A short time later, officers arrested 33-year-old Matthew Hinrichsen of Ewing in connection with the fire and deaths. He's charged with two counts of murder. Hinrichsen is expected to make his initial appearance in court sometime Tuesday.
At this time, Albers has not discussed Hinrichsen's role in the incident or his connection to the victims.