Omaha police have been able to fill in some of the blanks from an overnight shooting. It all started at 1:12am when officers to called to the area of 16th and Willis Avenue. Someone reported hearing shots fired. While officers were on the way, they were advised someone had, in fact, been shot.
They were re-directed to 2531 N. 16th Street. When they arrived, they found 31-year old Dale Brown had been shot. Brown told police he and a friend were standing in front of the address when someone in a vehicle opened fire in their direction. He was transported to the Nebraska Medical Center with a non-life threatening wound.
Then at 1:17am, officers were called to Creighton University Medical Center where Brown’s friend, 34-year old David Biggs walked in with an apparent gunshot wound. His wound is also believed to be non-life threatening. Police say when he was shot, Biggs fled the scene by car.
Police have been unable to find the vehicle from where the shots were fired.
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