PENT, HARRY BLAKE
1/22/2018
Name: PENT, HARRY BLAKE
Age: 19
Jail ID: 19488
Booking Date: 1/22/2018
Agency: NORTH PLATTE PD
Charges
StatuteDescriptionClassBond TypeBond Amount
4910FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE-LANCASTER COUNTYM310 % OPTION1000.00
4910FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE - LANCASTER COUNTYM10 % OPTION1500.00
JOHNSTON, EDDIE DEAN
1/22/2018
Name: JOHNSTON, EDDIE DEAN
Age: 41
Jail ID: 4462
Booking Date: 1/22/2018
Agency: NORTH PLATTE PD
Charges
StatuteDescriptionClassBond TypeBond Amount
5005CONTEMPT OF COURTM2CASH ONLY0.00
5005CONTEMPT OF COURTM3CASH ONLY0.00
BERNEY, TRAVIS LEON
1/22/2018
Name: BERNEY, TRAVIS LEON
Age: 40
Jail ID: 14248
Booking Date: 1/22/2018
Agency: LINCOLN CO SO NORTH PLATTE
Charges
StatuteDescriptionClassBond TypeBond Amount
5440DRIVING UNDER INFLUENCE LIQUOR (4TH OR GREATER)F3HOLD NO BOND0.00
Top News Stories More Local News

City crews strive to open more streets

by: George Lauby - January 22, 2018
City crews worked through the night to keep the major streets in North Platte clear, and then they started on the other streets.
 

Power outage

by: George Lauby - January 22, 2018
The electricity went out for a wide area of North Platte first thing Monday morning, not long after a storm ended that dumped nearly a foot of snow on the city.
 

Winter storm arrives

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 21, 2018
The city of North Platte declared a snow emergency late Sunday afternoon as a storm intensified that could dump 10 inches of snow over a wide area of Nebraska.
 

North Platte men charged with robbery ( 1)

by: George Lauby - January 19, 2018
They must have wanted to start the year with a bang — and some stolen cash.
 

Bonds set at $500K for Ragle

by: George Lauby - January 17, 2018
Two  bonds were set Thursday for Chance Ragle, 28, who is charged with aggravated assault of an officer, burglary and flight to avoid arrest.
 

Cement Products to remove downtown awnings ( 7)

by: George Lauby - January 16, 2018
Demolition of the downtown sidewalk awnings on Dewey St. will begin as soon as the money is available, following action Tuesday by the North Platte city council.
 

Councilman: Need to inspect Pawnee Hotel ( 1)

by: George Lauby - January 16, 2018
There was virtually no discussion at the city council meeting Tuesday, until Councilman Glenn Petersen brought up the Pawnee Hotel.
 

State/Regional News More State News

Legislature: Drug test recipients of unemployment benefits

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 22, 2018
By Emma Olson, Nebraska News Service
 

Trump imposes tariffs on Samsung, LG washing machines

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 22, 2018
President Donald Trump approved tariffs Jan. 18 on Samsung and LG washing machines after they were dumped into U.S. markets.
 

Legislature: Remote drug dispensing

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 22, 2018
Pharmacies in Nebraska could provide remote drug dispensing under a bill heard Jan. 18 by the Health and Human Services Committee.
 

School choice week

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 22, 2018
This week, Jan. 21-27, is Nebraska School Choice Week, an independent, nonpartisan public awareness effort designed to shine a spotlight on education options for every child.
 

Moderate senators secure debate on immigration reform

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 21, 2018
The U.S. Congress will schedule a week for floor debate just on immigration reform, if the House of Representatives agrees as expected.
 

Pot falls out of trailer, troopers summoned

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 20, 2018
Nebraska State troopers found more than 120 pounds of marijuana in a trailer Friday, after receiving a report that packages were falling from the trailer as it traveled down Interstate 80.
 

Legislature: Bill would make reduced price lunches free

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 20, 2018
By Nathan Hittle, Nebraska News Service
 

Former deputy convicted of sex assault

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 19, 2018
A former Dundy County deputy sheriff was convicted Thursday of sexual assault and kidnapping after he threatened a 26-year-old woman.
 

Legislature: Opiate education for health care professionals

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 19, 2018
Certain health care professionals would be required to participate in continuing education about prescribing opiates under a bill considered by the Health and Human Services Committee on Wednesday, Jan. 17.
 

Legislature: Breaking monopoly on phone access for inmates

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 19, 2018
By McCartney Martin, Nebraska News Service
 

Missouri man tried to stop Nebraska Amtrak train

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 18, 2018
A federal grand jury indicted Taylor Michael Wilson Wednesday, charging him with two counts of trying to disable an Amtrak train near Beaver City on Oct. 23.
 

Sasse: Russia hackers just getting started

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 18, 2018
A cybersecurity firm reported Friday, Jan. 12 that Russian hackers are targeting the U.S. Senate as well as the upcoming Olympics.
 

Chief Justice: criminal reoffense rates low, budget cuts could hurt

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 18, 2018
By Nathan Anderson, Nebraska News Service
 

Nebraska Bankers Association announces contest

by: The North Platte Bulletin - January 16, 2018
The Nebraska Bankers Association introduced the Bank On Nebraska Challenge Tuesday, a contest geared towards Nebraska high school students.
 

Past Top News Stories
County commissioners approve pay increases
Sheriff: Watch storage units
ISIS propaganda found near Elm Creek
Great Western Bancorp to hike minimum wage, bonuses
Landowners ask governor to endorse sale of NCORPE land
Internet disruption hits Nebraska
North Platte TeamMates celebrate
Entertainment around town
Details emerge in charges against Kuroki
Ricketts calls for task force to address meth, broken homes
Winter comes blasting back
North Platte felon found with samurai swords
District court: Multiple DUI offender gets four years probation
North Platte man charged with abuse, struggle with cops
Ricketts proposes restrictions on Planned Parenthood funds
Commissioners approve county pay increases, not for themselves
Hershey graduate charged with sexual assault (updated Tuesday)
Gov. Ricketts to speak in North Platte
Teammates: Family affair for the Elliots
Weekend police: Facebook ads trip up burglary suspects
Groene to hold Town Hall in Hershey
Past State News
Game and Parks: Mountain lion population update
Legislature: New bills introduced
Mullen man sentenced for child pornography
State trooper finds 526 pounds of marijuana
State considers dropping one special license for bus drivers
Ridder to chair Nebraska Public Service Commission

In this week's North Platte Bulletin print edition

Two and a half years after a flood wiped out South River Road, Lincoln County residents are still waiting for promised repairs. And...the downtown awning demo is approved and two businesses are planning to install new frontages on their stores... remembering the late Tom Kennedy... plus more. 

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