Nebraska teenager traded his car for weapons, then brought shotgun at school, arrested and charged
Omaha, Nebraska – A Bellevue teenager was arrested and faces several charges after the authorities found out that he traded his car for weapons, then he brought shotgun at his school.
According to the police, the 18-year-old Oshea Di’Paul Parker reported to the local police that his car was stolen from his home. But he changed his mind when he again called the police later and informed them that his car was not stolen adding that he traded the vehicle for two guns, a handgun and a short shotgun.
Police visited and talked with him while he was at school, they searched his bag and found out the weapons with him. He was immediately arrested.
Parker told police he became suspicious of the transaction because the person he dealt with had deleted their online account and the handgun turned out to be a BB gun.
He is now facing several charges including possessing a short shotgun and unlawful possession of a firearm on school grounds. He was jailed on a $5,000 bond.
His first court hearing is set to take place on Tuesday, March 15th.
In addition to his charges, he was also charged with false reporting and carrying a concealed weapon.