LINCOLN — A rural Cortland, Neb., man, suspected of shooting 20 to 25 shots during a tailgate party at his home Friday, turned himself in to police Tuesday.
William Price, 43, allegedly became angry with his wife, grabbed a pistol and began shooting. His wife, children and others in the home escaped unharmed.
A bevy of law enforcement officials surrounded the home near Cortland, which is 22 miles south of Lincoln. On Saturday morning, it was discovered that Price had fled.
Price turned himself in to the Gage County Sheriff’s Office just before noon Tuesday. He was released Tuesday afternoon after posting 10 percent of his $25,000 bail and under the condition that he have no contact with his wife.
He is charged with three felonies: making a terroristic threat, use of a firearm to commit a felony and unlawful discharge of a firearm.
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