Trevor Dion is accusing police of negligence in the August 26, 2014 death of Bryce Dion, his brother.
Jeneva Arias, 25, used an airsoft gun in the Aug. 26 robbery of Little Caesars Pizza at 637 N. Saddle Creek Road.
Toxicology reports showed that Cortez Washington, 32, had "a very high level" of Phencyclidine, or PCP, in his system at the time of his death.
"Cops," a reality TV series that follows officers on patrol, will air episode No. 2,714, called “We Know Who You Are,” on Saturday at 7 p.m. Central time on Spike TV.
Jeneva Arias is accused of assaulting officer Sarah Garland on Thursday afternoon. Police say they’ve linked Arias to the robberies at Little Caesars and the Wendy’s at 43rd and Dodge Streets, which resulted in the death of suspect Cortez Washington and a cameraman for the "Cops" TV show.
A police officer testifies that Jeneva Arias' fingerprints were found on a tip jar taken from Little Caesars; the jar was found in a car near the Wendy's where Cortez Washington was slain in an attempted holdup.
Spike TV will air a one-hour special on the work of of Bryce Dion.
Officers Darren Cunningham, Brooks Riley and Jason Wilhelm have been on administrative leave since a robbery suspect and an audio mixer employed by the reality TV program “Cops” were shot to death Aug. 26.
Authorities describe Jeneva Arias as an associate of Cortez Washington, who was slain by police minutes later at a midtown Wendy's restaurant.
Jeneva Arias was booked into the Douglas County Jail on suspicion of robbery.
Mayor Jean Stothert has seen the video of this week’s officer-involved shooting that left two people dead, and she said she agreed with Police Chief Todd Schmaderer’s assessment that the officers acted properly.
State Sen. Burke Harr plans to reintroduce a bill that would make using a fake firearm a felony.
Social media was abuzz on Thursday over whether Omaha police officers acted excessively when they fired their weapons more than 30 times inside a midtown restaurant, leaving two men dead.
“The officers had no choice other than to respond in the manner in which they did,” Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said during a press conference.
At a very difficult moment, Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer got important things right.
Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer gave more details at a press conference Wednesday about a Tuesday night robbery that left the suspect and a…