An 18-year-old man was shot dead and five other people were shot or stabbed in a torrent of violence in Omaha late Friday and early Saturday, police said.
All but one of the victims were injured at the same time in the eastern part of the city.
The slain man, whose name police did not release, was shot just before 11 p.m. near 14th Avenue and Carter Lake Boulevard, police said. He and another male who had been shot were driven in a private vehicle to Creighton University Medical Center.
Two other victims were a male and female who had been stabbed at 4757 N. 14th Ave., police said.
They were taken by ambulance to the Nebraska Medical Center. Police did not release their names or ages.
One of the three shooting and stabbing victims was in stable condition, though police did not say which victim it was.
Police did not provide conditions for the other two victims from 14th Avenue, though initially police said that it did not appear the other victims had life-threatening injuries.
About a half-hour after the stabbing victims were found, police found a man who had been shot at a house just west of the scene. The man was hiding at 4744 N. 16th St. with other people, police said.
He declined medical treatment.
Police took several people from the house into custody and said they would interview them.
Police did not announce arrests in connection with the homicide or felony assaults.
After achieving an usually high homicide closure rate in the first half of the year, police have not announced an arrest in the last nine slayings in Omaha.
Just after 1 a.m., police found a man who had been shot in the front yard of 4116 Ohio St.
Shai-twyone Waytes, 18, was taken to the Nebraska Medical Center with injuries that police said were not life-threatening.
World-Herald staff writer Sam Womack contributed to this report.