More charges against Fonner Park murder suspect
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (Nebraska) – The suspect accused of killing a Fonner Park horse trainer now faces additional charges related to the death.
Twenty-year-old Logan Hunts Horse is also now charged with felony robbery and using a deadly weapon to commit a felony. On Friday he was charged with murder and two other counts of using a deadly weapon to commit a crime.
Grand Island Police arrested Hunts Horse on Thursday after the body of 62-year-old Todd Scherer was found in a horse barn in Fonner Park. He had been shot in the stomach and suffered a large cut on the head.
Court documents indicate that both Hunts Horse and 16-year-old Austin Kelly went to Walmart after the shooting. When they returned from Walmart, they found Scherer was still alive. Hunt’s Horse then hit Scherer in the head with a baseball bat.
Kelly is charged with felony robbery and two counts of complicity in a felony.
Both Hunts Horse and Kelly are due to appear in court on April 4.
The Sarpy County – Latest News:
Omaha Local News || Nebraska State News || Crime and Safety News || National news || Tech News || Lifestyle News