Two dead and two wounded in shooting

Elias Hubbard
Ноября 24, 2020

Another two were wounded in the shooting, while officers responding to a report of a possible bomb inside a moving lorry in the auto park arrived to find the vehicle on fire.

Silva was booked into jail early Sunday, Nov. 22, 2020 on suspicion of first-degree homicide and arson charges in the attack Saturday night at a Sonic Drive-in in the Omaha suburb of Bellevue.

Silva is being held without bond Sunday before making his initial court appearance.

A man has been arrested after an attack at a Nebraska fast food restaurant left two people dead.

Jashinske said the investigation was in its "infancy", and he couldn't explain what led to the shooting.

Officers who arrived found the moving truck burning and four people who had been shot.

"Two victims were transported to the University of Nebraska Medical Center", the Bellevue Police Department said in its statement. The identities of the victims were being withheld until their families were notified, Fox reported.

At a press conference late Sunday, police showed bodycam video of Silva Jr. being arrested in the parking lot of the Bellevue restaurant.

In a media briefing Sgt. Andy Jashinske with Bellevue Police said the bomb squad is at the scene as of 12.30am Sunday and checking for more potential devices after the blast inside a U-Haul outside the eatery.

At the time he was accused of using someone else's Sonic app account to buy a total of $57 worth of hamburgers and corn dogs during four separate purchases at that location, the World-Herald reported.

Police also found four people with gunshot wounds. Silva was released from jail on Thursday after posting 10 percent of his $1,500 bail. Officers said Silva had three guns with him Wednesday when they pulled his vehicle over to arrest him for identity theft (under $500).

At least two people are dead and two others injured after a shooting at a Sonic Drive-in nearby Omaha, Nebraska.

'There was a truck with some fireworks or some type of device, ' he said.

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