City sees fifth homicide in four days

Omaha was home to another homicide Wednesday, the fifth in the city since Sunday. Officers patrolling in the area of 31st and Seward heard gunshots late on Nov. 10 and found Adrian Lessley, 25, dead at the scene at 3113 Lincoln Blvd. Another shooting victim, Jason Marion, 34, was transported to Creighton University Medical Center and is expected to survive. Jeromie Wade, 28, was arrested and booked as an accessory to a felony. The investigation is ongoing. There have been 32 homicides in Omaha this year. There were 30 homicides in the city all of last year.

posted at 04:26 pm
on Thursday, November 11th, 2010

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