17-year-old is being held after younger teen hurt in shooting
LINCOLN — Lincoln police say they have arrested a 17-year-old on suspicion of attempted firstdegree murder and a weapons count following the shooting of a 14-year-old boy.
The Lincoln Journal Star reports that the older teen was arrested Friday night and taken to the Lancaster County Youth Services Center.
Police Capt. Don Scheinost said officers were called to a North Fifth Street address just after 8 p.m. and found the 14-year-old with injuries not believed to be lifethreatening. —AP
Son of judge, councilman acquitted of sex assault
LINCOLN — The 32-year-old son of a Lincoln councilman and a federal judge has been acquitted of a sexual assault charge.
Online court records say Jonathan Camp was found not guilty Thursday by a Lancaster County District Court jury. The charge was felony sexual assault of an incompetent person.
Authorities say the woman reported that she was drugged at a home on Sept. 8, 2014. She reported that she fell asleep and awoke to find Camp sexually assaulting her.
His parents are Councilman Jon Camp and U.S. District Judge Laurie Smith Camp. —AP
Grab a coffee, touch base with your local lawmaker
COUNCIL BLUFFS — This year's series of Legislative Coffees will begin Saturday.
Coffees will be held two weeks after that. The last coffee is set for April 9.
All of them will be held at Wilson Middle School Auditorium, 715 N. 21st St., from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
The coffees allow the public to visit with their local state lawmakers, who will also discuss the latest happenings in the State Capitol chambers.
Local lawmakers who regularly attend are Reps. Charles McConkey, Mary Ann Hanusa and Greg Forristall and Sens. Mike Gronstal and Tom Shipley.