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28, Aug 2014 - HallIce Bucket Challenge goes wrong for man with a search warrantA Nebraska man joined in and did the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness. However, things went wrong as he was tracked down and arrested by police. read more27, Aug 2014 - HallWanted man in Nebraska found by police after posting Ice Bucket Challenge videoOMAHA, NE – He went from ice water to hot water faster than you can say: freeze, you’re under arrest! 20 year old Jesean Morris from Omaha, Nebraska (wanted by the cops for a parole violation) was ID’ed on a video he posted on Facebook showing himself taking the “ALS Ice Bucket Challenge”. Sounds like […]27, Aug 2014 - HallIce Bucket Challenge Video on Facebook Leads Police to Wanted ManWhen 20-year-old Jesean Morris decided to post an “Ice Bucket Challenge” video on his Facebook page, it’s unlikely that he thought it would lead to his arrest by police officers in Omaha, Nebraska.27, Aug 2014 - HallIce Bucket Challenge Leads to ArrestJesean Morris, who was wanted in Nebraska for violating the terms of parole, was picked up by police after he posted a video to Facebook of himself participating the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.27, Aug 2014 - HallIce Bucket Challenge Video Leads to Wanted Man's Arrest in OmahaOne man's "Ice Bucket Challenge" video has landed him in hot water. Jesean Morris, 20, who was wanted in Nebraska for violating the terms of his parole, was arrested Friday after he posted to Facebook a video of himself dumping a bucket of ice water on his head.26, Aug 2014 - HallWanted man posted Ice Bucket Challenge on Facebook, police sayPolice in Nebraska receive a tip on the location where a man -- who allegedly violated parole -- poured ice on himself.26, Aug 2014 - HallWanted Man Busted After Posting Ice Bucket Challenge Video On FacebookCNET – Police in Nebraska busted a wanted man after he posted an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge video on Facebook, according to CNET. Jesean Morris, of Nebraska was wanted for violating his parole, and police captured him after someone tipped them off to Morris’ video on Facebook, CNET reported. The person may have known that […]25, Aug 2014 - HallPolice Track Down Felon By Watching His ALS Ice Bucket Challenge VideoPolice Track Down Felon By Watching His ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Video Police Track Down Felon By Watching His ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Video Headlines Local Weird News Jesean Morris Has Been Optimized Common sense advice of the day: don’t post videos of yourself to social media when there’s a warrant out for your arrest. Omaha, Nebraska resident Jesean Morris is behind bars today after police ...24, Aug 2014 - HallJail adds email option after inmates complainGRAND ISLAND, Neb. (AP) - A central Nebraska jail is now offering email service because inmates complained about the cost of in-state phone calls. The Grand Island Independent reports (http://bit.ly/1mEa0YI ) the Hall County jail added email after it started housing 80 to 100 inmates for the state ...10, Aug 2014 - HallNebraska high court rejects killer's challengeLINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — The Nebraska Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of an inmate who challenged the Omaha Police Department's use of "shot-spotter" technology, which records gunfire, pinpoints its30, Jul 2014 - HallImmigration DetentionsHall County's jail is the first law enforcement agency in Nebraska to stop honoring federal "immigration detentions", making the move in fear of being sued.30, Jul 2014 - HallNebraska jail stops federal "immigration detentions"Fear of being sued has led Hall County's jail to become Nebraska's first law enforcement agency to stop honoring federal "immigration detentions."26, Jul 2014 - HallNebraska jail first to ax immigration detainersOMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Fear of being sued has led Hall County's jail to become Nebraska's first law enforcement agency to stop honoring federal "immigration detentions."25, Jun 2014 - HallBenghazi attack suspect arrested; twin tornadoes slam Nebraska town; GOP warns Iraqi militants may Also, Republicans accuse IRS of hiding massive amount of Lois Lerner emails; three executions scheduled this week in Georgia, Florida and Missouri; unaccompanied minors streaming into South Texas; Mississippi Republican turning to union members and black voters to thwart tea party challenge; Ukraine considers pipeline explosion a terrorist act; and Spanish Senate approves abdication of King Juan ...18, Jun 2014 - HallHall County now housing state inmates at jailThe Nebraska Department of Corrections wasted no time in getting state inmates booked into the Hall County Jail.17, Jun 2014 - HallChild Advocacy Center seeks county fundsWhen: 9 a.m. Tuesday. Where: Hall County Administration Building, 121 S. Pine St. Topics: Funding request from the Central Nebraska Child Advocacy Center, approving an agreement to house state inmates at the Hall County Jail, public hearing on the county’s road improvement plant.10, Jun 2014 - HallState inmates may bump others from county jailIf the Hall County Jail starts housing state inmates for the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services, there’s a chance the county may have to cease holding inmates for other counties or holding detainees for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.06, Jun 2014 - HallU.S. judge rejects former Husker's murder conviction appealLINCOLN, Neb. — A former Nebraska football player has lost another challenge to his Omaha murder conviction.05, Jun 2014 - HallUS judge rejects former Husker's conviction appealLINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A former Nebraska football player has lost a federal challenge to his Omaha murder conviction. Thirty-four-year-old Thunder Collins had claimed that his constitutional rights were violated when the trial judge denied his motion for a new trial and to throw the case out before ...28, Apr 2014 - HallGOP governor candidates differ on prison reformWith the growing challenge of overcrowded state prisons awaiting the next governor, Nebraska's six Republican candidates display a varying degree of openness to prison and sentencing reform.22, Apr 2014 - HallEx-Jail Guard Allegedly Had Sexual Contact With InmateA former Hall County corrections officer is the subject of a criminal investigation by the Nebraska State Patrol, accused of having sexual contact with an inmate.26, May 2013 - HallArea officers do their part to 'buckle up America'Nebraska State Patrol troopers, Hall County sheriff's deputies and Grand Island police conducted vehicle checks at Fourth Street and St. Paul Road from 10 a.m. to noon Monday.08, May 2013 - HallCorrections workers aiming to join new unionMore than 70 Hall County Jail employees could be changing union representation in a petition that was filed on April 25 with the Nebraska Commission of Industrial Relations.27, Apr 2013 - HallParole hearings scheduled for Central Nebraskans this week-- Kevin M. Widener was sentenced in September 2010 to two years, eight months to seven years in prison for burglary in Hall County and burglary in Adams County. His hearing is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Monday at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution.21, Apr 2013 - Hall7 G.I. businesses fail alcohol compliance checksSeven Grand Island businesses failed recent alcohol compliance checks done by the Nebraska State Patrol, the Hall County Sheriff's Department and the Grand Island Police Department.12, Apr 2013 - HallDespite Concert T-Shirt Issue, Murder Prosecution StandsOn Friday, the Nebraska Supreme Court denied a man’s claim that he had a right to confront witnesses and present a complete defense. In 2010, Jerry Watson was arrested for a 1978 murder. Among the pieces of evidence he challenged was a T-shirt from a 1983 concert tour.08, Apr 2013 - HallIowa Man Gets Prison in Nebraska for Bank RobberyDAKOTA CITY, Neb. (AP) - An Iowa man has been given 10-14 years in a Nebraska prison for bank robbery. Twenty-nine-year-old Robert Thomas, of Marshalltown, Iowa, pleaded no contest in January to attempted robbery. Prosecutors had reduced the charge in exchange for Thomas' plea.
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