Officer Fired Gun During Omaha Arrest; nobody hurt
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – Omaha police say no one was injured when an officer fired a gun during the arrest this week. Police say in a press release that the gun was fired on Monday in northern Omaha during the arrest of a woman wanted on an arrest warrant. According to police, members of the Metro Fugitive Task Force Unit, an Omaha officer and two Washington County MPs were looking for the woman when she was spotted on the passenger side of a white truck being driven by a man. Police say when officers tried to stop the couple, one of the officers fired a gun. Police say the man and woman escaped in the truck and then escaped on foot after the truck crashed. Police say both were arrested after a brief car chase.