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Nebraska man shot neighbor during argument, the patrol says

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – A man was arrested Friday after investigators determined that he shot his neighbor during an argument, the Nebraska State Patrol said. Last Saturday, deputies from the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office went to a home in Peru on a report of a shooting. The sheriff’s office then requested help from the patrol.
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Man Arrested Following Peru Shooting Investigation

PERU, Neb. –(News Release June 24)–One person has been arrested following an investigating into a shooting that occurred last weekend in Peru, Nebraska. Saturday evening, the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a shooting incident that occurred in the 1200 block of 6th street in Peru. After preliminary response, the Sheriff’s Office requested that the Nebraska State Patrol conduct an investigation into the incident.
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Nebraska State Patrol arrests Peru shooting suspect

PERU, Neb. (WOWT) - The Nebraska State Patrol has made an arrest in a weekend shooting in southeast Nebraska. NSP told 6 News an arrest warrant was issued Thursday for Guadalupe DeLaCruz, 58, who turned himself in Friday for shooting a 25-year-old Saturday night. According to NSP, Saturday, June 18,...
PERU, NE
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Peru man arrested week after shooting neighbor amid dispute, authorities say

Authorities on Friday arrested a 58-year-old Peru man accused of shooting his neighbor amid a dispute on Saturday, according to the Nebraska State Patrol. Guadalupe DeLaCruz turned himself into the Nemaha County Sheriff's Office early Friday morning, nearly a week after a shooting in the 1200 block of Sixth Street in Peru, the patrol said in a news release.
PERU, NE

Troopers make arrest in Nemaha County shooting

One person has been arrested following an investigation into a shooting that occurred last weekend in Peru, Nebraska. Saturday evening, the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a shooting incident that occurred in the 1200 block of 6th street in Peru. After the preliminary response, the Sheriff’s Office requested that the Nebraska State Patrol conduct an investigation into the incident.
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Nemaha County suspect booked following shooting investigation

(Peru) -- A Nemaha County suspect faces a bevy of charges following an investigation into a shooting incident in Peru. The Nebraska State Patrol says 58-year-old Guadalupe DeLaCruz has been arrested in connection with a shooting incident that occurred in the 1200 block of 6th Street in Peru Saturday evening. Authorities say the patrol's investigation revealed that DeLaCruz entered 25-year-old Mark Dupre's property during a dispute between the two neighbors. The Patrol says during the altercation DeLaCruz discharged a handgun twice, striking Dupre once and missing another person. Dupre was taken to Bryan Health Center West Campus in Lincoln for non-life threating injuries and later released. The Patrol says children were also on the property at the time of the incident.
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Stubbendick inspired to give back through bake sales

A Syracuse girl’s love for baking and a drive to give back has inspired her to host bake sales and donate the profits. Madison (Madi) Stubbendick’s recent bake sale on June 16, 2022 raised over $1,000 and she is donating the money to Children’s Hospital. She rallied friends Avery Vestal and Harper Janssen, 4th grade classmates at Syracuse, to help.
SYRACUSE, NE
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Round Table Classic features 150 entries

The second annual Round Table Classic was held on the main street in Otoe on Saturday, June 11. The Blow & Go Show started with Goats at 12 noon, then Sheep at 2 p.m. and Beef at 4 p.m. There were 150 total entries with 46 Beef, 65 goats and 39 sheep. Eighty-one youth representing 50 families from Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri participated.
OTOE, NE
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Two die in I-29 accident

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Nebraska State Patrol investigating shooting in Peru

PERU, Neb. (WOWT) - The Nebraska State Patrol is working an investigation with the assistance of Nemaha County Sheriff’s after a man was shot during an altercation over the weekend. According to NSP, two neighbors got into a disagreement around 9 p.m. Saturday near the 1200 block of Sixth...
PERU, NE
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NEBRASKA CITY, NE
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Former Pioneer standout announces transfer to UNO

Nebraska City High School graduate Brennen Bales announced recently on Twitter that he will play his final season of college baseball at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. “I’m excited to announce that I will be transferring to the University of Nebraska Omaha to finish out my college baseball career. I would like to give a huge thanks to all my friends and family for the constant support and allowing me to continue playing the game that I love,” Bales wrote.
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