Omaha police believe three young people went on a robbery and carjacking spree overnight. Investigators are still tallying up the charges.
A 12-year-old, 15-year-old and 13-year-old have all been booked on robbery charges. A woman who was carjacked believes there were two victims at that scene, her and the youngster holding the gun.
Police say the wild ride came to an end at the intersection of 72nd and Farnam when the three juvenile males surrendered without incident. But several hours earlier, when they carjacked Pamela Healey, they were a bit more bold.
"They stopped me at the bottom of the hill at the stop sign and blocked my car in and they had a gun. A young man jumped out with a gun and said give me your car, get out of your car and I did and then he said give me your purse."
Healey wasn't alone. An attempted carjacking at Westroads Tuesday morning is thought to be the work of the same kids as well as a few failed carjacking attempts and some reported robberies.
Healey says the gunman in her case was more like a 13 or 14-year-old boy and doesn't believe he was there of his own free will. "I feel that this young boy was forced into this he was shaking so badly and I pray for him that he can get into a program of some sort to help get his life back on the right path."
Douglas County Attrorney Don Kleine said these are extremely serious crimes and will look at the evidence and their backgrounds to decide if adult charges are needed. He plans to make that decision on Wednesday.