On Tuesday just before 1 p.m., Ramon Garcia Quijas Jr. turned himself in to investigators, who arrested him on suspicion of child abuse causing serious injury.
Police say they arrested a 34-year-old Texas man Sunday morning after finding him naked in the car in the 4400 block of North Seventh Street. He bonded out later in the day.
Investigators with the Lincoln Police Department last week got a warrant for the arrest of January Wheeler on charges of first-degree assault and use of a weapon to commit a felony.
Police believe the man threatened a passing driver with a hatchet and then called 911 and threatened to bomb the Lincoln Police Department.
The manager was able to retrieve security video that showed three boys who entered the building, damaged property and stole a hand cart, backpacks, gloves, cash and alcohol before leaving on the beverage cart.
A warrant went out for Roderick Phelps' arrest earlier this month when he failed to return to Fremont for arraignment. Lincoln police say he is wanted here, too, on suspicion of felony theft.
Officer Erin Spilker said Joe Lott, 36, died the day after his motorcycle hit a curb and went airborne, throwing him into a ditch.
The crash killed Max Hughes, a three-time state champion high school wrestler, and Christian Miller, a junior on the Husker wrestling team. Both were 21.
The suspect asked a woman for a $2 donation before demanding her husband's wallet, police said.
Officers believe the driver had gone into the grass to hit the man, identified as Victor Melendez II, and then continued driving east.
Officer Erin Spilker said the M-class explosive, the equivalent of a quarter stick of dynamite, caused an estimated $5,000 damage to the 41-year-old woman's 2014 Dodge Avenger.
"While our department continues to grieve, today we were held up by our law enforcement family," Lincoln Police Officer Erin Spilker said. "When a call goes out, law enforcement answers that call."
“It’s a matter of what we can do for the family, even if it’s small,” the business' CEO said. “It’s an unbelievable loss, especially with everything else going on in the world.”
Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister said the 23-year veteran of the Lincoln Police Department, who was not named, underwent surgery Wednesday afternoon and remained in critical condition.
The man told police he was watching people racing in the street when the woman told him he wasn't allowed to be there because he was "not a white American."
Two scooter companies, Bird and Spin, can deploy up to 250 scooters each in Lincoln beginning Sept. 1 under the program.
The 20- and 21-year-old who live there asked people to leave and weren't ticketed.
A woman told police that the suspect had pulled out a pocket knife, put it to her neck and threatened to kill her as she drove, then grabbed the steering wheel, causing the car to crash.
Police arrested a 27-year-old Lincoln man Friday on a felony assault charge for hitting a woman with his pickup as she crossed O Street with protesters early May 30.
In both Nebraska and across the country, authorities say the rumors of antifa groups ready to sow discord and destruction in cities big and small have been nothing more than that -- rumors.
Video evidence showed 30 to 40 vandals inside the building for at least 45 minutes, and likely longer.
One 33-year-old man was accused of attempted third-degree assault on an officer. A second was booked for possession of a controlled substance, in addition to failure to disperse.
Police and sheriff's deputies in the Lincoln area are continuing to be called to more mental health calls, the suspected result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Police are looking into an unusual break-in at a central Lincoln home where it appears the thief stuck around for hours.