Lancaster County, NE Crime & Safety

Lincoln, NELincoln Journal Star

Murder trial begins for bar-break shooting in downtown Lincoln

Body cam footage showed two Lincoln officers out on a vandalism call stop at the sound of the pop-pop-pops. "That's gunshots," Officer Matthew Maguire said in the video, played Wednesday for jurors at the start of Marcus Winston's murder trial. It was 1:30 a.m. March 15, 2020, shortly before bar...
Picture for Murder trial begins for bar-break shooting in downtown Lincoln
Raymond, NE1011now.com

LSO responds to gunshots at Windcrest Winery

RAYMOND, Neb. (KOLN) -The Lancaster’s Sheriff’s Office responded to an argument which ended with gunshots on Thursday. According to LSO, deputies have responded to several calls at the Windcrest Winery at 3110 West Branched Oak Road during the last week. LSO said there had been an ongoing dispute between a 58-year-old Cynthia Koester of Hastings and a 43-year-old man.
Picture for LSO responds to gunshots at Windcrest Winery
Lincoln, NELincoln Journal Star

Lincoln man charged with sexually assaulting, harboring missing teen

A Lincoln man has been charged with first-degree sexual assault of a child after police say he had sex with and was hiding a 14-year-old girl who was reported missing earlier this month. Jermaine Brown, 29, was arrested July 13 following an investigation into the case of the missing juvenile,...
RELATED CHANNELS
Lancaster County, NEPosted by
CNN

'Playtime's over': Raymond winery operator accused of firing weapon in dispute with employee

A woman operating Windcrest Winery has been arrested for terroristic threats after she fired a handgun, according to Lancaster County Sheriff Terry Wagner. Cynthia Koester, 58, is leasing to own the winery at 3110 W. Branched Oak Road, he said, and hired a 43-year-old male employee to help manage the business. Both live on the property, which Wagner said the department has been called to multiple times this week to manage a dispute between the two.
Lancaster County, NEklkntv.com

LSO Marine Unit aims to keep people safe on the water

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – If you see a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office marked boat when you are out on the lake, don’t be alarmed. In 2017, LSO launched its marine unit to help keep people safe when they are out on the water. “Our primary goal with the marine unit...
RELATED PUBLISHERS
Lancaster County, NEklin.com

Ongoing Dispute Leads To Gunfire At Raymond Winery

The Lancaster County Sheriff says an ongoing dispute between a woman operating Windcrest Winery near Raymond and a man who works there led to gunfire Thursday evening. Lancaster County Sheriff Terry Wagner says 58 year old Cynthia Koester is leasing to own the winery at 3110 W. Branched Oak Road and hired a 43-year-old man to help manage the business. They both live on the property and Wagner says deputies have been called there several times in the past week or so regarding the ongoing dispute.
Lincoln, NE1011now.com

Rural fire and rescue teams lacking in EMTs, need more volunteers

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) - No matter if you’re in the city of Lincoln or in the outskirts of Lancaster County, when you dial 911, you hope that help is there when you need it. With rural fire and rescue teams lacking volunteers, unfortunately, that’s not always the case and the need for more help is growing.
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE