Update: Three Children To Stand Trial In Murder

By: Chase Moffitt, Roger Hamer Email
By: Chase Moffitt, Roger Hamer Email
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Three more children have been bound over to District Court, to stand trial in the murder of 23-year-old Brandon Wallace.

Sixteen-year-old Kiwan Dampeer, 17-year-old Devante Rahn, and 15-year old Jumeez Sherman are charged in the case, as is 13-year old Armani Brown, who have already been bound over.

Dampeer are Sherman are charged with accessory to a felony; Harden-Bolton is charged with second degree murder.

A trial date has not yet been set for any of the suspects.



Posted July 8, 2014


The 13-year-old accused in the murder of 23-year-old Brandon Wallace will stand trial.

Armani Brown had his case bound over to District Court for trial on Tuesday. He is charged with second degree murder.

Brown is currently out on bond.



Posted June 13, 2014


Bond was set at 10 percent of $1 million Friday afternoon for a 15-year-old Omaha boy accused of killing a man last Saturday.


Homicide Suspects

Danny Harden-Bolten faces charges of second-degree murder and use of a firearm to commit a felony in the shooting death of 23-year-old Brandon Wallace, found on the front porch of his home near North 36th and Spaulding streets. He was taken to Alegent Creighton University Medical Center where he died.

Three other teens have been arrested in connection with the shooting. Thirteen-year-old Armani Brown of Omaha faces a second-degree murder charge and is expected to appear in court early next week.

Sixteen-year-old Kiwan Dampeer and 17-year-old Devante Rahn, both of Omaha, were taken into custody as accessories to a felony.


Brandon Wallace

Dampeer had bond set at $25,000 and is accused of covering up information about the case.

Rahn is accused of evidence tampering. Police allege that he wiped down a gun before police arrived. Bond was set at $75,000.

Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine said, "We have 13, 14, 15-year-olds involved with gun violence as perps. It is unacceptable and we can't have that in our community."

Anyone with information about the murder is asked to call the Omaha Police Homicide Unit at 402-444-5656 or Crime Stoppers at 402-444-STOP.


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