The 15-year-old shot into a car outside the stadium, causing a grazing gunshot wound to the left side of the 17-year-old victim's face, police said in court records. The feud stemmed from a stolen vape cartridge.
Earlier this year, NPPD reached a $2.5 million settlement with Kenny Angel's family, leading to that agency's dismissal from the case.
Karrar Al-Mansuri pleaded guilty to attempted robbery for his part in a failed plot to rob a drug dealer in 2019 that resulted in his friend being shot and killed.
The fraudulent purchases totaling $1,894, included college-level textbooks, sports equipment, a Dell laptop and Hydroflask water bottles, according to court records.
Officers responded to 18th and H streets at around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, finding several spent shell casings and a residence damaged by gunshots, according to police.
A 17-year-old sustained non-life-threatening injuries after he was shot Wednesday near Seacrest Field in east Lincoln, according to police.
The charge stems from April 14, when the 22-year-old reported he heard sawing noises in his driveway and saw three men underneath his car, according to police.
Lancaster County District Judge Andrew Jacobsen also gave 19-year-old Felipe Vazquez 59 to 86 years for attempted assault on a second officer, escape and four gun charges.
Paul Sheldon, the victim's stepson-in-law, had been impersonating his relative in at least 18 phone calls with the man's bank, directing money to be wired into different accounts, according to police.
42-year-old Patricio Urias and 26-year-old Zachariah Palomo died at the scene of Sunday's shooting, according to police.
Nebraska is set to get just over $260,000 of a $19.2 million multistate settlement with Ford over claims that the motor company falsely advertised.
Police said 45-year-old Rodney Badberg punched the man three times and kicked him once before fleeing the area on foot, leaving the man bleeding on the sidewalk.
The 29-year-old was arrested on suspicion of burglary after surveillance video showed him entering the business after hours and leaving with $2,234 in cash, according to police.
At the time of Russell Harms' trial, psychiatrists said he suffered from paranoid schizophrenia and at times from visual and auditory hallucinations.
Prosecutors formally charged a 32-year-old man and 31-year-old woman with manslaughter and first-degree assault on Monday, four days after they allegedly confronted and killed a 57-year-old in a property dispute, police said in court records.
Police and firefighters were sent to the apartment near South 19th and Washington streets shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday on a report of a man lighting the stairs of the building on fire.
The police chief said investigators don't believe there's an ongoing threat to the public but acknowledged they "can never be sure" as suspects in a pair of shootings remain unidentified and at large.
The visual records created by body-worn cameras have largely remained inaccessible to the public — a reality that calls into question the effectiveness of body cameras as a tool for police accountability in Nebraska.
Dozens of states, many led by Republicans, have embraced criminal justice reform. But an effort in Nebraska, home of the nation’s fastest-growing prison system, collapsed last month. Why did it fail?
LPD will hold a 9 a.m. media conference on Monday to give an update on the shooting that left two people dead early Sunday morning.
LPD is investigating a shooting that left three people injured early Saturday morning on O Street.
Arguing against the motion, attorney Kelly Brandon said Erin Spilker had given the city a reasonable chance to work out the problem "and she was met with silence."
Narcotics Task Force investigators contacted Jesse Cervantes at a grocery store near 17th and Washington streets around 9:17 p.m. Thursday, the police said.
Henry Lee Jones, a resident of 2801 F St., was pronounced dead at a local hospital after a fight broke out around 6:30 a.m. Thursday near the intersection in front of his house, Assistant Police Chief Jason Stille said.
"She is in a position of trust, where she is tasked with ensuring the safety of inmates, ensuring the safety of her co-workers, as part of her job ... and she violated that," Deputy Lancaster County Attorney Chris Reid said.