A Sarpy County resident, Ross S. Lorello III, was booked into the Douglas County Jail on suspicion of criminal homicide against Mickey Sodoro and use of a firearm to commit a felony.
Mickey Sodoro, was a real estate agent with NP Dodge and had been missing since Monday night.
According to the Douglas County Sheriff, Sodoro died of a gunshot wound.
Investigators believe he was showing the property where his body was discovered.
Sodoro’s vehicle was also found. The vehicle was located using OnStar.
Earlier today on NP Dodge's Facebook page the company said,
On behalf of the entire NP Dodge Company, we express our deepest condolences to the Mickey Sodoro family. Our hearts are heavy for the pain and suffering his unexpected death has caused them.
Family was of the utmost importance to Mickey, and they were the reason he worked so hard. He was truly passionate about his work and colleagues, and that showed through in his dedication to both. Mickey’s legacy will live on in the many lives he touched.
We are grateful for the 27 years Mickey spent with our NP Dodge family. We will miss him greatly, and our hearts are with his family during this difficult time.
We thank everyone for the love and support they have offered on behalf of the Sodoro family. Please continue to keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
As a precautionary measure, the Douglas County Sheriffs office is now recommending real estate agents use two people from now on to show homes for their safety.