Councilman pleads guilty to not filling tax returns

Mon Sep 16 20:40:44 PDT 2019

Councilman pleads guilty to not filling tax returns

The U.S. Attorney's Office announced Monday that Omaha City Councilman Vincent J. Palermo pleaded guilty to three counts of willful failure to file income tax returns for 2012, 2013, and 2014 tax years.

6 News wraps coverage of George Floyd protest in Omaha

Dave Zawilinski and Rex Smith sum up the events that transpired Friday night, May 29, 2020, after hundres gathered near 72nd & Dodge in Omaha to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

11:13 PM: 6 News talks to peaceful protester

Hundreds of people lined and gathered in the heavily traveled intersection at 72nd and Dodge streets in Omaha on Friday evening for what began as a peaceful protest but has now become unlawful, according to the Omaha Police Department.

10:45PM: 6 News Crews check Target's windows

Hundreds of people lined and gathered in the heavily traveled intersection at 72nd and Dodge streets in Omaha on Friday evening for what began as a peaceful protest but has now become unlawful, according to the Omaha Police Department.

11PM: 6 News crew checks for broken windows

Hundreds of people lined and gathered in the heavily traveled intersection at 72nd and Dodge streets in Omaha on Friday evening for what began as a peaceful protest but has now become unlawful, according to the Omaha Police Department.

11:17 PM: Protest continues on 72nd and Dodge

Hundreds of people lined and gathered in the heavily traveled intersection at 72nd and Dodge streets in Omaha on Friday evening for what began as a peaceful protest but has now become unlawful, according to the Omaha Police Department.

11:10PM: Protest continues on 72nd and Dodge

Hundreds of people lined and gathered in the heavily traveled intersection at 72nd and Dodge streets in Omaha on Friday evening for what began as a peaceful protest but has now become unlawful, according to the Omaha Police Department.

 

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