Omaha, Nebraska – The Omaha Police Department is currently conducting an investigation into a shooting incident that reportedly took place in the early hours of Sunday.
According to information provided by the Omaha Police Department, gunfire was detected at precisely 2:05 a.m. in the vicinity of 12th and Harney Streets, within the historical district of Old Market. It is important to note that, prior to this event, a crowd of an estimated 300 individuals was dispersed from the said location by law enforcement officers.
Subsequently, a mere quarter of an hour later, officers were mobilized to Nebraska Medicine in response to the arrival of a gunshot victim. The individual who had transported the injured party to the medical facility reported to the police that she had discovered him in the aforementioned area, apparently suffering from gunshot injuries. Following immediate treatment, it was determined that the injuries sustained by the victim were non-life-threatening.
At this time, the investigation is still active and in progress. The Omaha Police Department is urging any person who might possess pertinent information to get in touch with Omaha Crime Stoppers. Contact can be made either by calling (402) 444-STOP or by submitting a tip through their website or the P3 Tips application. All tips, which will be treated with full confidentiality, could potentially qualify for a reward of up to $10,000, in the event that they lead to an arrest.
As this is an evolving situation, further updates will be provided as more details become available.