The incident, which lasted more than four hours, ended peacefully with police leaving the man at the apartment.
An individual had barricaded himself in an apartment on the 700 block of Orleans Drive.
Jakob R. Hogan, 19, was sentenced to 90 days in jail and four years of intensive supervised probation in Buffalo County District Court for unlawful intrusion.
Chuck Sorahan was awakened by an electronic alert asking people to look for the child. After looking around the house, he found the baby on the deck at 5:25 a.m.
A 7-month-old boy was found abandoned on the porch of a farmhouse.
The driver refused to exit the vehicle for several minutes. Troopers deployed pepperball into the vehicle, at which time the driver exited.
The man's arrest came about two weeks after a pre-school aged girl told investigators he had touched her inappropriately, police alleged in court filings.
Fernando Contreras, 48, was sentenced to 30 months in prison for third-degree assault of a pregnant woman and 24 months in prison for assault by strangulation or suffocation.
During a search, police found a duffel bag in the trunk that contained 10.54 pounds of suspected raw marijuana, THC concentrate and LSD. The driver, Rodway, was arrested.
Daniel D. Krivolavek II, 24, has been charged in Buffalo County Court with felony first-degree sexual assault of a minor.
Community members and state officials squeezed into a classroom at the UNL College of Law to support the first graduating class of Lincoln's DUI Court.
According to court records, Joshua Newsom, 35, is charged in Buffalo County Court with felony child abuse resulting in serious injury.
The incident occurred at approximately 2 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, when Buffalo County Communications notified NSP dispatchers they had received a report of a driver brandishing a handgun towards another driver.
The driver was identified as a 13-year-old girl. The passenger was identified as an 11-year-old boy. Both were placed in protective custody.
The incident allegedly took place between April 1, 2021, and Sept. 1, 2021, when Schmidt was 19 years of age and the alleged victim was 15 years of age.
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Judge Ryan C. Carson gave Mandy Searle 329 days credit for time already served. She must also register as a sex offender.
Zachary Walker, 20, was sentenced in Buffalo County District Court to four to eight years in prison for two counts of attempted possession of a firearm by a prohibited person
Officers specifically focused on alcohol violations such as minor in possession, open container, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and minor DUI.
During the arrest, Gonzalez allegedly bit or attempted to bite each police officer multiple times, according to the arrest affidavit.
Upon release from prison, White will undergo 18 months of supervised probation, and he must register as a sex offender.
Tommy Parks, 53, will serve no less than three years and no more than seven years in prison for first-degree assault.
Buffalo County had an increase of cases in 2022, from an average of 250 cases to nearly 300 last year, said Buffalo County Juvenile Services Administrator Doug Kramer.
The 25-year-old Kearney man is charged in Buffalo County Court with first-degree sexual assault and incest. The alleged incident took place between May 1 and Dec. 7, 2022.
A Lexington man was murdered in January in Kearney, making it the top crime and public safety story of 2022.
Tammie J. Young, 53, of Kearney, was sentenced in federal court in Lincoln by United States District Judge John M. Gerrard to 54 months in prison.
OVERTON — Overton freshman Jaelynn Roberts wanted to do something for children in the foster care system this Christmas, so she made something, 46 of them in fact, that each could call their own; a fleece blanket.
The license plate readers do not do facial recognition, but they can identify cars based on their shape and provide alerts to officers, said Police Chief Bryan Waugh.