Omaha police and federal authorities are searching for two women considered armed and very dangerous. Tabitha Eddy and Bridgett Henn are wanted in connection with a brutal beating and authorities fear what the pair may pull next.
This hunt for the 26-year-old Eddy and 34-year-old Henn started last week when the pair allegedly stomped a woman outside her home in the area of 43rd and Patterson. Witnesses said they only stopped when they heard police sirens.
Police say the violence didn't stop there. Eddy's brother says in the following days he crossed his sister and she tried to kill him. “I don't even really want to talk about that on camera, what matters is Tabitha we love you, you're family, we do not want to see you wind up hurt," said Terry Eddy III. "You need to do what is right and turn yourself in before something bad happens.”
Authorities feel Eddy and Henn are so prone to violence that no one who comes in contact with the two is safe. “They are both heavy methamphetamine users, they've been under the influence, they've been up for days is the information that we are getting and both of them are armed with a handgun, unknown caliber at this time," said OPD Officer Travis Oetter.
Eddy and Henn's neighbors have noticed an increased police presence in the area, but most weren't aware of the alleged violence. As far as her brother is concerned, the only thing that matters is a message for his sister.
“If I could say anything I'd like to say Tabitha, the whole family loves you, I love you, you're my sister, that will never change, but seriously you need to turn yourself in babe, you need to do what is right before something bad ends up happening to you.”
With federal authorities now joining forces with OPD, investigators feel it is only a matter of time before they capture Eddy and Henn.