Prison inmate's wife accused of smuggling drugs to him
Mar. 30, 2018
TECUMSEH, Neb. (AP) — The wife of a prison inmate in southeast Nebraska has been accused of smuggling illegal drugs to him during a visit.
Court records show 50-year-old April Golka, of Gretna, is charged with supplying her husband, Jason Golka, with drugs and other contraband. A public phone listing for her couldn't be found Friday. The court records don't list the name of attorney who could comment for her.
Thirty-one-year-old Jason Golka is serving a 90-year sentence at the Tecumseh prison for 2004 murder convictions in Sarpy County. Records say he killed two women in Gretna when he was 17.