Two teenagers were shot separately in north-central Omaha within about a 15-minute period Friday afternoon, police said.

Neither victim’s injury was life-threatening, police said. Both were taken to the Nebraska Medical Center.

Daevier Kellogg, 16, was shot about 4:15 p.m. near 60th Avenue and Sprague Street, police said.

James Hawkins-Drummer, 19, was in a minivan near 102nd Street and West Maple Road when he was shot about 4:30 p.m., police said.

Assailants in a sedan fired on the minivan, whose driver steered to Tudor Heights Apartments, police said.

An officer in a police helicopter saw the sedan that matched the description offered by a witness near 72nd Street and Military Avenue.

Three people in the sedan were taken into custody near 52nd and Blondo Streets.

Police announced Saturday that three teenage males had been arrested in connection with the shootings. A 15-year-old was booked on suspicion of two counts of attempted first-degree assault, second-degree assault, use of a weapon to commit a felony and obstructing. Two 17-year-olds were booked on suspicion of being an accessory to a felony and obstructing.

Hawkins-Drummer was also shot in February 2016. He told an officer that he was walking near Belvedere Elementary School when he was shot, police have said.

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