We have many plans and enthusiasm to keep expanding and making Murderpedia a better site, but we really need your help for this. One of the informants, Greg Nicholson of Mason City, disappeared in June 1993 along with his girlfriend, Lori Duncan, also of Mason City, and her two daughters, Kandace Duncan, 10, and Amber Duncan, 6. Honken, one of the Midwest's early, large-scale producers of methamphetamine, was convicted last fall in the 1993 execution-style slayings of two dealers turned informants, Greg Nicholson and Terry De Geus.
October 16, 2005 A drug dealer convicted of killing five people - including two children - to protect his methamphetamine operation was sentenced Tuesday to die by lethal injection, becoming the first person in more than 40 years to receive a death sentence in Iowa. He also was found guilty of killing Nicholson's girlfriend, Lori Duncan, and her daughters, Kandi, 10, and Amber, 6.
Boehm was also a former college golfer, as she was on the team at the College of Charleston.
Honken was convicted in October 2004 of murder in the 1993 deaths of five North Iowans. District Judge Mark Bennett issued two sentences of death by lethal injection for Honken for his part in killing two young children.
He had not taken the stand to testify in that case. Honken was given sentences of life in prison for the murder of three adults.
Being the actor that he is, the man dives into this new life as much as he can.
In fact, he now aims to take on the role of a lifetime-that of Jesus Christ himself.