Daniel D. Krivolavek II, 24, has been charged in Buffalo County Court with felony first-degree sexual assault of a minor.
Police said the man carried a microwave and folding lawn chair to a theater room.
During the arrest, Gonzalez allegedly bit or attempted to bite each police officer multiple times, according to the arrest affidavit.
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.
Isidro Alvarado is facing five charges in United States District Court related to possession and distribution of methamphetamine.
While searching the home, officers found multiple guns and ammunition in a bedroom. They also found five individual bags that contained a green, plant-like substance believed to be marijuana.
Reynaldo A. de los Angeles, 77, was sentenced in Buffalo County Court to 364 days in jail for misdemeanor third-degree sexual assault without consent.
According to court records, Amanda Celestino is charged in Buffalo County Court with first-degree arson, child abuse and criminal mischief-intentional property damage of $5,000 or more. All charges are felonies.
Hector Diaz Perez and Abel Perez Valdivia were both sentenced to seven years in federal prison after pleading guilty in U.S. Federal District Court in Lincoln to distribution of meth.
He was arrested Sept. 30 on a Buffalo County warrant.
The woman said the man forced his way into her vehicle, took a gun from her center console, threatened and assaulted her.
The man allegedly threatened the man and his family before discharging the firearm into the ground.
He was arrested on the first charge Aug. 10, posted bond and was arrested on the second set of charges on Sept. 1.
With good time, he could be eligible for parole in September 2025, and possibly discharged in March 2030.
This is the second time the woman has been accused of threatening the same prosecutor.
The victim was initially listed in critical condition, and when he became conscious, records say he had ringing in his ears and could communicate only by writing.
Two former female patients of Kearney psychiatrist Rey De Los Angeles say he had sexual contact with them in the 1990s.
The trial is expected to last two days.
During a pat search of the man, the officer found 15 pills of suspected codeine, hydrocodone and oxycodone in the man's pants pocket.
Austin Harris is being held at the Buffalo County Jail on a $75,000 bond, and he is scheduled to appear in court in August.
The Kearney Police Department's Service Dog Bane indicated the odor of drugs coming from inside the vehicle.