TYAN, PHILLIP LEE
2/16/2018
Name: TYAN, PHILLIP LEE
Age: 48
Jail ID: 9599
Booking Date: 2/16/2018
Agency: SP NORTH PLATTE
Charges
StatuteDescriptionClassBond TypeBond Amount
5233FELON IN POSSESSION OF FIREARMFHOLD NO BOND0.00
TORRES, MARKO LUIS
2/16/2018
Name: TORRES, MARKO LUIS
Age: 18
Jail ID: 19546
Booking Date: 2/16/2018
Agency: NORTH PLATTE PD
Charges
StatuteDescriptionClassBond TypeBond Amount
2908CRIMINAL MISCHIEFF4HOLD NO BOND0.00
RESSEGIEU, LUKE CHRISTIAN
2/16/2018
Name: RESSEGIEU, LUKE CHRISTIAN
Age: 28
Jail ID: 12242
Booking Date: 2/16/2018
Agency: NORTH PLATTE PD
Charges
StatuteDescriptionClassBond TypeBond Amount
5015FAILURE TO APPEARF3HOLD NO BOND0.00
Top News Stories More Local News

Housing Authority director placed on leave, investigation underway ( 1)

by: George Lauby - February 16, 2018
Jennifer Smith, the executive director of the North Platte Housing Authority, has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of a criminal investigation.
 

Schools: Emergency protocol if shooting were to occur ( 1)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 16, 2018
In light of the shooting at a Florida high school on Wednesday, the North Platte Police Department and the North Platte Public School District issued a statement Friday, about the response if a school shooting happens in North Platte.
 

Civilian active shooter training offered

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 16, 2018
In the wake of the Florida high school shooting, the Nebraska State Patrol reminds schools, businesses, and other groups that civilian training is available for active shooter situations.
 

Four incumbents pass on re-election (updated)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 15, 2018
Duane Deterding, Alecia Hothan, Martin Steinbeck and Sue Fleck will leave office when their terms expire at the end of the year, after their campaign filing deadline came and went Thursday.
 

Work set to begin to remove downtown awnings

by: George Lauby - February 15, 2018
Removal of the downtown sidewalk awnings will begin in less than a week and continue for about a month, the city’s contracted engineer Tom Werblow said Thursday afternoon.
 

‘Love My Cat’ is back

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 15, 2018
Beginning March 1, veterinary clinics and Paws-itive Partners will make spaying and neutering of domestic cats affordable for the entire month.
 

Sentence handed down for motor vehicle homicide

by: George Lauby - February 15, 2018
On May 11, Emmett Wood, Jr. was driving a pickup that rear-ended a semi-trailer on So. Newberry Road. His passenger Michael Torres, 73, was killed in the collision.
 

Entertainment around town

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 14, 2018
A rundown of entertainment in North Platte & Lincoln County.
 

Copeland, Meyer elected to Sutherland village board

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 13, 2018
Tory J. Copeland and Larry G. Meyer handily won the race Tuesday for two empty seats on the Sutherland board of trustees, according to the unofficial results.
 

Walking to the store: When neighborhood groceries were plentiful ( 4)

by: Kaycee Anderson, Special to the Bulletin - February 13, 2018
Before Wal-Mart, Safeway, Sixth Street, Sun Mart and other franchise grocery stores arrived in North Platte, residents bought their groceries at “Mom and Pop” neighborhood grocery stores that were all over town.
 

Roggow to challenge for commissioner seat

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 13, 2018
Candidates continue to slowly file to be on the ballot for Lincoln County, city and school offices.
 

READERS Poll: Courthouse security ( 12)

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 09, 2018
Only one entrance will be open at the Lincoln County courthouse soon, under a plan developed by county employees.
 

State/Regional News More State News

Investigators intercept shipment, seize 37 pounds of meth

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 16, 2018
The Nebraska State Patrol and partner agencies intercepted a shipment of 37 pounds of methamphetamine on Valentine’s Day on I-80 near Grand Island.
 

Smith to hold mobile office in North Platte

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 16, 2018
Rep. Adrian Smith will meet constituents during a mobile office on Friday, Feb. 23, in North Platte to discuss federal issues.
 

Legislature: Domestic violence victims could get out of lease without penalty

by: McCartney Martin Nebraska News Service - February 15, 2018
Landlords would be required to release victims of domestic violence from residential leases under a bill proposed by Lincoln Sen. Kate Bolz.
 

Legislature: Undocumented children deserve health insurance

by: Nathan Hittle, Nebraska News Service - February 15, 2018
The All Kids Health Care Program could cover the thousands of kids in Nebraska who don’t have health insurance because of their immigration status.
 

Drug shows promise for HIV treatment, elimination

by: George Lauby - February 12, 2018
In a significant breakthrough that could hasten an eventual HIV cure, a research team at the University of Nebraska Medical Center has changed the chemical structure of an existing antiviral drug to facilitate it in reaching cells and tissues where HIV resides.
 

Shelton man sentenced for sham marriage

by: The North Platte Bulletin - February 12, 2018
A Shelton resident has been convicted of participating in a sham marriage in hopes of becoming a legal permanent resident of the U.S.
 

Suicide prevention training to be offered in Ogallala

by: Heather Johnson (North Platte Community College) - February 06, 2018
Mid-Plains Community College and Region II Human Services are collaborating to offer a free suicide prevention training class on Monday, Feb. 19.
 

Past Top News Stories
Schools brace for another state aid reduction
Orsborn sentenced to 2-6 years for drug dealing
Constitutional amendment would legalize medical marijuana in Nebraska
Willy Wonka musical: Better than chocolate
Posted far and wide: Photo of burglary suspect
Basketball: Hershey girls hold off St. Pat’s
Entertainment around town
Legislature: Bill would legalize hemp production in Nebraska
Troopers seize hash oil near Brady, arrest Louisiana man
Burglary suspect calls deputies for help
North Platte man arrested after high-speed chase
North Platte man charged with abusing grandma’s good will
Ryan Sellers to challenge for commissioner
Sellers, zoning administrator settle dispute
Legislature: Hearings set this week on NCORPE bills
Police weekend: Stalking, shoplifting, resisting arrest
Commissioners: Bid opened for heightened courthouse security
Three years later, no progress on South River Road
School board to consider fees, salaries, cost effectiveness of drug tests
City council to consider downtown loans, recreation plans
Past State News
At the Legislature: Feb. 5-9
Legislature: Three bills would raise fees, taxes
Legislature: Bill would require insurance for in vitro fertilization
Humane Society CEO resigns
At the Legislature: Jan. 29-Feb. 2
U.S. Attorney for Nebraska: Fines add up
Legislature: Bill would expand mental services for kids in Panhandle

In this week's North Platte Bulletin print edition

As people wonder what to do with North Platte's abandoned Pawnee Hotel, we take a look at what happened to a similar hotel in Hastings. Also... how Jeff and Connie Brittan overcame the challenges of launching the Feather River Vineyard... the legislature considers driverless buses and medical marijuana... plus more.  

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