2 former Omaha police officers charged Two former Omaha police officers will face charges in connection with the June 5 death of a mentally ill Oklahoma man.Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine announced Wednesday that he is charging Scotty Payne with second-degree assault, a felony, and Ryan McClarty with third-degree assault, a misdemeanor.Zachary Bearheels, 29, died after the former police officers punched and shocked him more than a dozen times while trying to force him into the back of a...
Attention, law enforcement officers in Nebraska: The Omaha Police Department wants to recruit you.Applications are open for the department’s first lateral veteran class in 10 years.Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer announced the class as one of several changes for the department after a mentally ill man died in police custody in June. Zachary Bearheels, 29, died at a hospital June 5 after he was repeatedly shocked with a Taser, punched multiple times and dragged by his ponytail.
The woman who didn’t show up to testify at the murder trial of a boyfriend who is accused of killing a second boyfriend has been arrested.Doloma Curtis, a former Douglas County correctional officer, was booked into Pottawattamie County Jail on Wednesday.Thursday marks the fifth day of a jury trial for 27-year-old Rolander Brown, who is accused of killing Carlos Alonzo in May 2016. Curtis was dating both men.
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