Prosecutors on Wednesday charged Lendell Harris with manslaughter and a gun charge in connection to a fatal shooting Sunday morning.
An employee from Madsen’s Bowling & Billiards told them someone came in and asked them to call the police about someone firing a gun in the parking lot, Officer Erin Spilker said.
He went to jail on suspicion of terroristic threats and possession of a controlled substance for 11 Adderall pills for which he allegedly didn't have a prescription, police said.
Witnesses reported seeing a man with a gun by a vehicle prior to hearing the shots. The man and vehicle were gone when police got there. But they did find several spent shell casings on the ground.
Officer Erin Spilker said surveillance video showed Bukjiok Dubuony fighting and trying to take a backpack with a gun inside.
Officer Erin Spilker said just after 5 a.m., police were called to the 2500 block of Main Street on a 27-year-old's report that, while parked in a driveway there, a man approached him with a gun.
Officer Erin Spilker said police found four teens in the SUV with a loaded AR rifle at their feet and a 9mm handgun in a purse on the front floorboard.
Police arrested a Lincoln man on suspicion of terroristic threats, use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony and two misdemeanors.
Police referred the boy to the Lancaster County Attorney's Office for possession of a defaced and stolen firearm and animal cruelty.
A 38-year-old man told deputies the other driver pointed a gun at him along U.S. 34 in northwest Lincoln.
Officer Luke Bonkiewicz said a search during a traffic stop of Dale Gatson's SUV turned up a Sig Sauer .380 handgun, reported stolen in Omaha a year ago, in the center console.
A 26-year-old man told police his neighbor came outside with an .223 rifle and fired two shots in the air, then fired two to four shots at his feet.
Witnesses told police they heard gunshots and saw a man yelling and walking east on Sheridan at 27th. Officers found the man, asked him to put his hands up, but he refused and kept walking, a hand in his pocket, Officer Erin Spilker said.
A Chevy Silverado was stopped in the road then suddenly went into reverse into a driveway, causing a driver to have to swerve to avoid hitting the truck. So the driver honked. The pickup followed him, tailgating, honking and yelling.
Police arrested Tereasa Albert, who since has been charged with tampering with evidence and is set to be arraigned Tuesday.
Police responded but couldn't find any victims or damage. The investigation is ongoing.
The 38-year-old man said he had been walking in the 600 block of West Cornhusker Highway when he felt a pain in his right arm.
The officer chased the man into a fenced construction area near Pinnacle Bank Arena, where he was arrested. They say a search turned up 5.5 grams of marijuana and a loaded, stolen Glock .380 handgun in the area where he was hiding.
The victim said it started with an argument at the gas pumps.
A search of their apartment allegedly turned up a rifle that was reported stolen in Greeley, Colorado, police say.
Officer Luke Bonkiewicz called the brief foot chase Tuesday night a "pretty dangerous, pretty scary situation" after police had found him passed out in a pickup, and he took off running through a neighborhood.
Police arrested Demitrius Perkins on four warrants and on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs and possession of a firearm by a prohibited person.
Police responded to a call about a driver slumped over in a sedan that was still running but stuck in a snowbank. LPD said the officer was able to wake the driver, but the teen refused to open the door, then tried to put the car in gear.
Justin C. Smith is accused of unlawful discharge of a firearm at a building, use of a firearm to commit a felony and unlawful possession of a firearm by a juvenile offender.