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19, May 2013 - LincolnNebraska Attorney Generalâ€™s Office worker arrestedLINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” Investigators say more than 130 marijuana plants have been found at the home of a woman who worked as a litigation assistant in the Nebraska Attorney Generalâ€™s Office.18, May 2013 - LincolnLawmakers advance wrongful-conviction payoutLINCOLN (AP) - A man who spent nearly 14 years in a Nebraska prison after he was wrongly convicted of murdering his wife came one step closer Friday to a $500,000 settlement that will pay for his drea18, May 2013 - LincolnLawmakers advance Neb. wrongful-conviction payoutA man who spent nearly 14 years in a Nebraska prison for a murder he did not commit is on pace to receive $500,000 from the state.18, May 2013 - LincolnLawmakers approve claim for wrongful convictionSenators advanced a bill Friday that approves a $450,000 claim against the state of Nebraska for a man who was wrongfully convicted of murder. Darrell Parker, 82, spent nearly 14 years on death row after being convicted of murdering his wife in their Lincoln home in 1956.18, May 2013 - LincolnEx-women's star sentencedA former University of Nebraska basketball star convicted of lying to police about being attacked in her home by masked men who carved anti-gay slurs into her skin was sentenced Thursday to a week in jail and two years' probation.16, May 2013 - LincolnOmaha Golf Pro ArrestedChannel 6 News Fact Finders has learned Lincoln police and Nebraska State Patrol troopers showed up at an Omaha golf course Wednesday morning, but not to play a round.15, May 2013 - LincolnLife inside death rowTecumseh State Correctional Institution is Nebraskaâ€™s maximum security facility where prisoners on death row are confined for life.14, May 2013 - LincolnReport details NU transfer's arrest incidentLINCOLN â€” Alex Lewis, the offensive lineman who announced on Friday his plan to transfer from Colorado to Nebraska, remained in a Boulder, Colo., jail late Monday afternoon on second-degree assault ch14, May 2013 - LincolnColorado QB Jordan Webb, Nebraska OL Alex Lewis arrested for allegedly beating man unconsciousThese are not good times for Colorado quarterback Jordan Webb. The Buffs' starter under center for much of the 2012 season is already in jeopardy of missing his entire senior season this fall after tearing an ACL in spring drills. â€¦ Continue reading â†’14, May 2013 - LincolnNebraska Man Gets Jail for Hiding Son from PrisonA Nebraska man has been given jail time for allowing his son to stay at his home after escaping from a minimum-security prison in South Dakota. Robert Thorngren, of South Sioux City, was sentenced Monday in Dakota County Court to 220 days in jail on a misdemeanor charge of accessory to a felony. He must pay a $500 fine.14, May 2013 - LincolnNeb. man gets jail for hiding son from prisonA Nebraska man has been given jail time for allowing his son to stay at his home after escaping from a minimum-security prison in South Dakota.14, May 2013 - LincolnSex offender heads to prisonEric Humphrey, 29, will serve twin sentences of from 4-5 years each in the Nebraska State Penitentiary on two counts of child sexual assault. Humphrey will get credit for 401 days served in the county jail. The prison sentences will run concurrently, which means at the same time.13, May 2013 - LincolnReport: Nebraska death penalty is costly, inefficientLINCOLN | As Nebraska lawmakers prepare to debate whether to abolish the death penalty, a new report says the state has spent an exorbitant amount of time and money on capital punishment -- with few results.12, May 2013 - LincolnBrainard man involved in fatal pursuitSEWARD â€“ The Nebraska State Patrol in conjunction with the Seward County Attorney has released the names of the suspects involved in a fatal pursuit on Friday, May 10.10, May 2013 - LincolnAlfonzo Dennard gets 30 days in jail, wonâ€™t miss time with PatsThe bad news for Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard is that he is going to spend 30 days in jail for assaulting a police officer while in college at Nebraska. The good news is that he wonâ€™t miss any time on the field with the Patriots. A judge in Lincoln, Nebraska sentenced Dennard to start hisâ€¦10, May 2013 - LincolnVermont man gets prison in Nebraska pot caseLINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” A 26-year-old Vermont man caught hauling more than 100 pounds of marijuana has been given Nebraska prison time. Â Â Â Â 03, May 2013 - Lincoln20-year-old gets prison time for dealing crack near UNL campusA judge sentenced a 20-year-old Lincoln man to six to 10 years in prison Thursday for selling crack cocaine to undercover police near the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's East Campus.27, Apr 2013 - LincolnFamily of inmate who died loses suit alleging wrongful deathA judge this week found there wasn't enough evidence to show that a Nebraska inmate whose 2010 death became the subject of a lawsuit would have lived but for the actions of his prison doctor.27, Apr 2013 - LincolnFundraising event to benefit officerâ€™s familyHASTINGS â€” As a high school student, Hastings College freshman Taylor Samek wanted to explore his interest in criminal justice. He volunteered for the Lincoln Police Department and worked primarily with the SWAT team where he got to know officer John Clarke, the former offensive lineman for the Nebraska Huskers who died while weightlifting in February 2013.25, Apr 2013 - LincolnBill ending life sentences for kids reaches final roundLINCOLN â€” A controversial bill to end mandatory life sentences for juvenile killers reached the final round of debate Wednesday, despite yet another effort in the Nebraska Legislature to amend the pro24, Apr 2013 - LincolnFormer Nebraska cornerback Dennard to leave jailLINCOLN â€” Bond was set at $5,000 on Monday for former Nebraska cornerback Alfonzo Dennard, an NFL draft prospect who is accused of punching a police officer over the weekend.23, Apr 2013 - LincolnFormer Husker Dennard gets 2 years of probationLINCOLN â€” Former Nebraska cornerback Alfonzo Dennard on Thursday received a 30-day jail sentence, two years probation and 100 hours of â€ślaw-enforcement relatedâ€ť community service for his felony assault conviction.21, Apr 2013 - LincolnUNL student accused of selling pot on campusA University of Nebraska-Lincoln sophomore spent the night in jail this week on allegations he sold marijuana on campus to undercover police.19, Apr 2013 - LincolnEx-Nebraska women's basketball star convicted of lying about anti-gay attack gets week in jailLINCOLN, Neb. - A former University of Nebraska basketball star convicted of lying to police about being attacked in her home by masked men who carved anti-gay slurs into her skin was sentenced Thursday to a week in jail and two years' probation.19, Apr 2013 - LincolnEx-Nebraska star sentenced for lying about attack - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A former University of Nebraska basketball star convicted of lying to police about being attacked in her home by masked men who carved anti-gay slurs into her skin was sentenced Thursday to a week in jail and two years' probation.18, Apr 2013 - LincolnEx-Nebraska star sentenced for lying about attackLINCOLN, Neb. (AP) â€” A former University of Nebraska basketball star convicted of lying to police about being attacked in her home by masked men who carved anti-gay slurs into her skin was sentenced Thursday to a week in jail and two years' probation.18, Apr 2013 - LincolnEx-Nebraka star sentenced for lying about attackLINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- A former University of Nebraska basketball star convicted of lying to police about being attacked in her home by masked men who carved anti-gay slurs into her skin was sentenced Thursday to a week in jail and two years' probation.17, Apr 2013 - LincolnChild Sex Assault SentenceA Lincoln man convicted of paying a Nebraska mother to let him have sex with her 14-year-old daughter was sentenced to 15-45 years in prison.17, Apr 2013 - LincolnLincoln Man Gets Prison for Setting Library FireA 26-year-old man charged with setting fire to three books at a University of Nebraska-Lincoln library last year has been given one to three years in prison.16, Apr 2013 - LincolnCounty offers overnight stays in new jailLINCOLN, Neb., April 2 (UPI) -- Officials in a Nebraska county are offering overnight stays in a newly constructed jail for $30 donations.15, Apr 2013 - LincolnNebraska bus driver arrested for beating, dragging rider off busA bus driver is facing assault charges after he was caught on tape beating a passenger repeatedly in Lincoln, Nebraska.15, Apr 2013 - LincolnSenators reject 25-year mandatory min. for minorsA measure that would have required a 25-year mandatory-minimum prison sentence for juveniles convicted of murder has failed in the Nebraska Legislature.15, Apr 2013 - LincolnWoman gets prison for 108 lbs of potA 36-year-old North Carolina woman caught trafficking more than 100 pounds of marijuana through Nebraska on Interstate 80 went to prison Friday.14, Apr 2013 - LincolnLawmakers advance Neb. juvenile sentencing billJuveniles convicted of first-degree murder in Nebraska would face a minimum 40-year prison sentence, under a bill that won initial approval from lawmakers.12, Apr 2013 - LincolnOdd invitation from Nebraska jail: Spend the night for $30A couple square meals, brand new bedding on a four-inch-thick mattress, and the chance to benefit children's charities are attracting some law-abiding Nebraskans to spend a night in the unlikeliest of places: behind bars.Starting Thursday night at 6 p.m., the 90-square-foot cells at the new Lancaster County Adult Detention Facility in Lincoln, Neb., will be filled with voluntary inmates -- 200 ...11, Apr 2013 - LincolnPatriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard sentenced to 30 days in jailNew England Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard has been sentenced to 30 days in jail, two years of probation and 100 hours of "law enforcement-related" community service after being found guilty of assaulting a police officer in Lincoln, Nebraska on April â€¦ Continue reading â†’09, Apr 2013 - LincolnNU soccer playerâ€™s killer gets public defenderLucky Iromuanya was convicted of second-degree murder for in the 2004 death of Jenna Cooper, a starting University of Nebraska-Lincoln soccer player.09, Apr 2013 - LincolnDebate begins on juvenile crime billLINCOLN (AP) - Nebraska lawmakers are trying to set a new minimum prison sentence for convicted murderers who committed their crimes as juveniles.09, Apr 2013 - LincolnLincoln inmate, transgender woman want to be able to marryA Lincoln inmate and his significant other, a transgender woman, have sued the Nebraska prison system, saying they should be allowed to get married so she can visit him in prison.08, Apr 2013 - LincolnSparks, Reno and Washoe Valley woman get jail time for drugs in NebraskaLINCOLN, Neb. - Court records say a 20-year-old Nevada woman has been given 360 days in jail following convictions for possessing methamphetamine and marijuana in southeastern Nebraska.
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Two Convicts in a Haystack - a Nebraska Story
Two convicts of the penitentiary in Lincoln, NE escaped and walked to Dwight, NE in prison flip-flops during a snowstorm in 1949. They were taken in by the community, thawed out and stuffed with duck, kraut and kolache. Eventually the Nebraska National Guard plowed the road and the convicts were taken back to prison, reluctantly. For more Nebraska Stories, visit www.netnebraska.org
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