WILBER — As rain poured down outside Tuesday, jurors got their first glimpse of the murder trial that will unwind in front of them over the next three weeks.
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WILBER — Shortly before potential jurors were to begin reporting to the American Legion Hall here for his murder trial, Aubrey Trail pleaded guilty to improperly disposing of the remains of the Lincoln woman he's accused of killing: Sydney Loofe.
Aubrey Trail is expected to plead guilty Friday to improperly disposing of Sydney Loofe's remains in November 2017, his attorney says.
A 28-year state senator serving as Lincoln’s Urban Development Department director has resigned after police ticketed him last week for urinating in public.
WILBER -- Before prosecutors charged him with Sydney Loofe's murder, Aubrey Trail told investigators, the attorney defending him against federal fraud charges was "screaming from the rooftops" for him to stop talking.
Aubrey Trail's defense attorneys have asked a judge to order attorneys prosecuting him to disclose documents in an effort to see if Gov. Pete Ricketts is behind their decision to seek the death penalty against him.
Lincoln police found a 67-year-old man dead while checking on a vehicle reported as suspicious on the north edge of the Fallbrook neighborhood, a department spokeswoman confirmed.
WILBER — The June trial of Aubrey Trail remains on track even after prosecutors filed a new charge alleging he conspired to commit first-degree murder in the November 2017 slaying of Sydney Loofe.
DNA evidence inside 353 rape kits collected since 2004 remains untested, sitting in the Lincoln Police Department's property storage room despite national pushes to test every kit.
Prosecutors now allege Aubrey Trail and Bailey Boswell began conspiring to commit murder more than four months before they met Sydney Loofe, according to court documents.