Officer Erin Spilker said so far this year, 48 reports have been made at gyms around town, putting the city on track for a record-setting year of the thefts.
Omaha police officers screamed “Show your hands!” and “Stop digging!” multiple times on Nov. 19 as Kenneth Jones shifted in the back seat of a gray Dodge Charger.
The Nebraska Auditor of Public Accounts conducted an audit in February and identified $1,894 in allegedly fraudulent purchases, according to court records.
Animal Control officers believe they've identified the juveniles responsible, and hope to close the case by next week.
According to court records, the woman told hospital staff she was going out for a bit and would be back. More than 24 hours later with the baby ready to be discharged, she still hadn't returned, so they called the police.
“Those who did move (in with parents) decreased their drinking 49%, while those who did not move decreased their drinking by 21%, which is still quite substantial," one research said.
Police now are trying to track down where the laptops ultimately were delivered and say to be on the lookout for anyone trying to sell the stolen computers.
A bartender said a man had come in the back door with a knife in his pocket and came up to the bar pointing a "finger gun" at people threatening to kill people.
The SUV crossed a median and hit a large wooden retaining wall, police said.
Officer Melissa Ripley is the second woman in four months to file a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment and discrimination at the Lincoln Police Department.
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Both seizures happened after traffic stops on Interstate 80.
In 1985, Farley and 73 others were indicted by a federal grand jury in Nebraska. Prosecutors had alleged that Farley was the “drug kingpin” on a railroad line used to move narcotics throughout the U.S.
The man told police he'd been stabbed during a confrontation with another man in his apartment near 21st and Washington streets.
Officer Erin Spilker said the man waved down an officer two blocks away saying that someone rear-ended him, then pulled a knife when he got out to check for damage.
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A search of a vehicle stopped for a traffic violation turned up a small amount of raw marijuana and the rifles, with the serial numbers grinded off, hidden in the van, the sheriff said.
The Lincoln congressman wanted to test how long it would take Capitol Police to respond to his emergency duress office button.
Dalton Kellogg allegedly gave away thousands of dollars worth of alcohol and cigarettes at the Super Saver where he worked.
Officer Erin Spilker said 19-year-old Terrell Davis and 20-year-old Kelly Huynh were accused of one burglary and three attempted burglaries, as well as four misdemeanor thefts and criminal mischiefs.
Police cited the 27-year-old for discharging a firearm and possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, both misdemeanors.