The 26-year-old was driving east on Euclid Avenue on Aug. 23 when she passed the yield sign at 20th Street and crashed into a southbound Ford Escort, police alleged.
The Lancaster County Attorney's Office didn't immediately say why they dropped the charges.
"It is only by chance that you're not here on an even more serious charge," Lancaster County District Judge Susan Strong told Antonio Guzman.
The 25-year-old man had accidentally fired his 5.56-caliber rifle while trying to disassemble it, police said.
Pleasant Dale Volunteer Fire Department crews had extinguished the fire by the time deputies responded to the house southwest of Lincoln, according to authorities.
The man told police that he began communicating with a cryptocurrency trader in early December before he joined a crypto-centered group chat on Telegram.
A reported break-in connected to a truck fire on Sunday evening near 21st and O streets is under investigation by Lincoln authorities.
It's at least the third case over the same issue currently pending before the state's highest court.
Assistant Nebraska Attorney General Jennifer Huxoll, of Palmyra, currently works in the Civil Litigation Bureau, and Deputy Lancaster County Attorney Matthew Mellor, of Lincoln, works in the criminal division.
County Attorney Pat Condon said his office had filed a motion to appoint a special prosecutor in the case Friday — two days after LPD officials requested such a prosecutor.
The 54-year-old had a tentative release date of Nov. 19 before he absconded from the Community Corrections Center-Lincoln late Thursday, authorities said in a news release.
Two LPD recruits viewed a physical copy of an exam before taking it, while five others who "observed the cheating in some form" failed to notify supervisors, police officials said.
"It is only by chance that it was one of your brother's bullets that fatally wounded Mr. Abron and not yours," Judge Susan Strong said before sentencing Daqwan Hickey.
The Flatwater Free Press sued the Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy in November. The case could change how agencies go about charging for public records.
"He literally would have died here had it not been for the quick response of LFR," Deputy Lancaster County Attorney Eric Miller said referring to rescue workers at Lincoln Fire and Rescue.
The 35-year-old emerged from the house with a 12-guage shotgun and pointed it at his family before cocking the gun, police said in court records.
The man who died, 19-year-old Jesse Krausnick, was a freshman at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Joseph Maciarz Jr., 61, was taken to jail after State Patrol investigators found "numerous items of child pornography" while serving a search warrant at his south Lincoln home.
Assistant Nebraska Attorney General Stacy Foust asked the Supreme Court to affirm Boswell's conviction, saying: "Boswell did not get to sanitize her crimes by picking the state's evidence for it."
Members of the Lincoln Fire and Rescue's Engine 3 entered the apartment building and encountered a combatant resident who was burning trash in his fireplace, officials said.
The 23-year-old told police that the handgun, $400 in cash, his debit card and his Venmo card were taken from the 2011 Chevrolet Silverado, police said.
The police department's request comes months after the Nebraska GOP reported a computer, a camera system, paperwork and files were stolen from the party's downtown Lincoln headquarters in July.
A scammer purporting to be an employee from her bank told the woman to transfer $53,000 to a California-based account under the guise of a sting operation, police said.
Steven Alexander had been nearing a February trial date when the Lancaster County Attorney's Office filed the amended charge.
Residents had evacuated by the time crews arrived Sunday, but the family's dog perished in the fire, according to authorities.
The first fire broke out near 29th and Vine streets at around 10:30 p.m. Sunday, causing $250,000 in damage to the structure, officials said.
"You have not to date taken responsibility for the crimes, and I'm taking into consideration the safety of the community," Lancaster County District Judge Kevin McManaman said.
The victims of a crash that killed one person in Saunders County on Wednesday have been identified.
Lincoln Fire and Rescue crews deployed an aerial ladder and doused the car and surrounding machinery with 5,000 gallons of water over the course of several hours Wednesday.
Deputies arrested Haley Gaston after an attempted vehicle theft near Waverly left a 69-year-old man with four stab wounds.