Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Omaha, Nebraska. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Omaha Nebraska Police Station Address: 505 S 15th St, Omaha, NE 68102

18 hours ago
Thank you! Blows my mind what this community and @FRFOmaha does for 👮‍♀️👨‍🚒💯 #opd https://t.co/2wBkJ3ZdDL via @OPDCaptKanger

21 hours ago
Free Money Friday is now… Fugitive Money Friday! If you know where Marcus Wheeler or Matthew Krisel are please let #OPD know by calling 911 or submit your info https://t.co/rQpWfxwbgN
Each have felony warrants for unrelated cases #turneminandgetpaid #felonywarrant https://t.co/axOPGJaFJV

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1 day ago
Great cause 💙👮‍♀️👨‍🚒❤️ thanks @FRFOmaha @OmahaFireDept 🥊 Thanks OMAHA! https://t.co/3J0sJajrbM via @OPDCaptKanger

1 day ago
A $5,000 reward is available to the person that calls Crime Stoppers with the location of Marcus Wheeler, who is being sought for first degree murder in the death of Kayviaun Nelson. The tip is completely anonymous and no one will know who you are, not even Omaha Police. #opd

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Omaha Police Department1 day ago

Can you help us locate this man?

This is 19-year-old Marcus Wheeler. We are currently searching for him as a suspect in the murder of 21-year-old Kayviaun Nelson Wednesday afternoon at the Wal-Mart store near north 99th and Military Road.

Wheeler is wanted for 1st Degree Murder and Use of a Weapon.

Our team is investigating this case and we ask that you provide any information to Omaha Crime Stoppers. Call 402-444-STOP or submit your tip online at http://www.omahacrimestoppers.org/sitemenu.aspx?ID=642&. Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of $5,000 for tips leading to his location and apprehension.

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Omaha Police Department shared First Responders Foundation’s video.1 day ago

Don’t let someone beat you to the punch! Get your tickets now! Guns N’ Hoses is right around the corner.

Guns N’ Hoses is hosted by the First Responders Foundation and is the biggest fundraising event of the year. The Foundation continuously supports us. April 28th is our night to support them. Whose corner will you be in, red or blue?

Our boxers have been training hard and are ready for the night. Join us at Baxter Arena on April 28th at 6:00 p.m.

Make sure to get your tickets at http://bit.ly/gunsnhosesomaha.

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We can’t believe the Guns N Hoses Boxing Challenge! is right around the corner! This is one of Omaha’s most exciting fundraisers of the year, with police officers and firefighters duking it out in the ring for a good cause!

Who’s joining us on Saturday, April 28th at Baxter Arena? Are you team RED or team BLUE? Tell us in the comments and make sure to get your tickets at http://bit.ly/gunsnhosesomaha.

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Omaha Police Department added 6 new photos.2 days ago

This is a reminder to make sure you are keeping a close eye on your personal belongings.

Law enforcement agencies in several states have identified a group of individuals traveling throughout the Midwest stealing credit cards out of women’s purses. In the last six months, we have recorded 21 incidents of pickpocketing. In 16 of them, the victims were at a Panera Bread restaurant.

We want to make sure this doesn’t happen to you. Here are a few things to remember while seated at a restaurant:

1. Carry your purse next to your body, under your arm and with a strap over your opposite shoulder.

2. Be sure to close your purse.

3. Never leave your purse unattended or out of sight.

4. Wallets and checkbooks should not be visible from pockets.

5. Do not hang your purse on the back of your chair.

6. Place your purse on your lap or at your feet and not directly under your seat where it cannot be seen.

7.One way to maintain control of your purse and keep you from forgetting it is to place a leg through the straps and let it hang from your thigh while you are eating.

These are images of suspects throughout the Midwest. Anyone with information is urged to contact Omaha Crime Stoppers at 444-STOP, at www.omahacrimestoppers.org or on the P3 Tips mobile app.

Additional purse and wallet theft prevention tips are on our website at https://police-static2.cityofomaha.org/images/PurseandWalletTheftPrevention.jpg.

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Omaha Police Department shared United Way of the Midlands’s post.2 days ago

This partnership is another tool for our officers.

Working with United Way of the Midlands to spread awareness of the 2-1-1 Helpline will continue the support and assistance Omaha Police officers provide on a call. The 2-1-1 Helpline is a free, confidential information and referral service that connects people of all ages in Nebraska and southwest Iowa to a specialist who will help them find local health and human services.

Help is available for people in need; it’s just a matter of seeking it out. We hope our officers will share the Helpline information so you can have a tool of support at all times.

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Omaha Police Department3 days ago

This arrest was all about teamwork. Jeremy Jakub was wanted for multiple mail thefts and damage to several mailboxes in the Omaha area.

We were able to locate and identify Jakub by working closely with U.S. Postal Inspectors and detectives in the OPD Burglary Unit and Fraud Squad. We often credit our success to the support and assistance we receive from our community. This is a great example of the teamwork we pride our officers and other agencies on.

Thank you for helping us keep you and your belongings safe.

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Omaha Police Department added 3 new photos.3 days ago

Is it still a selfie if you are photographed while taking the picture? We will leave that one for you to decide.

Officer Wullschleger, Officer Turner and Sergeant Spencer spent some time at Druid Hill Elementary School for a Breaking the Barriers event. Breaking the Barriers is an initiative started by the Boys and Girls Club aimed to help bridge the gap between Omaha youth and police officers. Right now, 11 clubs participate in the program.

We meet with students and talk with them about their day, we answer their questions about being a police officer, and we reassure them that they have a friend at Omaha Police.

Thank you for taking time out of your shift to bring us closer to the youth in our community.