This week's local crime and court updates from The Beatrice Daily Sun.
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When officers arrived, Malik Williams was outside in the street waving them over. Lonnie Williams was lying on the front porch with two gunshot wounds.
"We tried to negotiate with him to get him to come out and were unsuccessful," Scottsbluff Police Chief Kevin Spencer said. "At some point, the team made entry, and they shot the person inside."
Adam Keup still suffers physical and emotional pain a year after a Sarpy County deputy shot him with pepper balls. Scar tissue blocks nearly all of his vision in one eye except for a tiny peripheral view, which makes the eye drift outward.
Troopers arrested an Arizona man after finding the drugs under the car's floorboards during a stop near Cozad.
Omaha police were notified of a ShotSpotter activation that was upgraded to a shooting near 29th Circle and Pinkney Street in north Omaha.
An Omaha police officer is facing felony charges and is on administrative leave after he detained two juveniles who had been pounding on doors in his Gretna neighborhood.
Jenkins is serving a life sentence for the 2013 slaying of Curtis Bradford of Omaha. She is the sister of death-row inmate Nikko Jenkins.
The player is accused of financially benefiting "by falsely cultivating relationships" and persuading people to send money to him and another man in the scheme that defrauded people of more than $200,000, authorities said.
Tip Mut told police that after he saw his sisters fighting with Goa Dat, he took out a gun and fired at him, but Gabriel Miller stepped in front of Dat, an investigator said. Miller was not the intended target.
The contentiousness over when and whether an Omaha couple got married was just part of a divorce case that took the (wedding) cake.