Omaha police arrest man with loaded gun near College World Series

Omaha police arrest man with loaded gun near College World Series

THE DEPARTMENT SAYS IT’S STICKING TO THE STATEMENT FOR NOW. JULIE: OMAHA POLICE SAY THEY ARRESTED A MAN WITH A LOADED GUN NEAR THE COLLEGE WORLD SERIES. OFFICERS SAY THEY FOUND 35-YEAR-OLD WILLIAM POLLAND NEAR BASEBALL VILLAGE AROUND 10:30 THIS MORNING

Omaha police arrest man with loaded gun near College World Series

Officers responded to an armed party call and found 35-year-old William Polland matching the report’s description.

Omaha police say they arrested a man with a loaded gun near Baseball Village at the College World Series Wednesday morning, by North 13th and Mike Fahey streets.Officers responded to an armed party call and found 35-year-old William Polland matching the report’s description .After Polland was detained, police say they found a loaded gun in his possession. Omaha police say that he doesn’t have a concealed carry permit, and the firearm was identified as unregistered. Polland was booked for carrying a concealed weapon without a permit, and possession of an unregistered firearm.

Omaha police say they arrested a man with a loaded gun near Baseball Village at the College World Series Wednesday morning, by North 13th and Mike Fahey streets.

Officers responded to an armed party call and found 35-year-old William Polland matching the report’s description.

After Polland was detained, police say they found a loaded gun in his possession.

Omaha police say that he doesn’t have a concealed carry permit, and the firearm was identified as unregistered.

Polland was booked for carrying a concealed weapon without a permit, and possession of an unregistered firearm.

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