A 34-year-old Omaha man has been charged with felony assault after allegedly shooting at two window washers who were working at his estranged wife’s place of business.
Ryan J. Zimmerman, who is in the process of being divorced, is accused of firing at least five shots at two men while they were working from a lift on the ConAgra Foods campus on Nov. 10, said Lt. Darci Tierney, a police spokeswoman.
The men, who were not injured, identified Zimmerman as the person who shot at them about 5 p.m. They said he also fired on them from inside his vehicle and once more from the end of a campus drive.
Investigators determined that the lift the men were using had been struck by a projectile, Tierney said.
Officers arrested Zimmerman at his home on Monday, confiscating seven rifles and three handguns.
ConAgra was granted a restraining order Thursday to keep Zimmerman off its properties.
In recent months Zimmerman also has been charged with three counts of violating a protection order and two counts of domestic violence by disturbing the peace.
In the ConAgra incident, Zimmerman also is charged with two counts of using a firearm to commit a felony and one count of discharging a firearm near a building.
He was released Friday from the Douglas County Jail on $5,000 bail.
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