Arrest action NDN

A report of a female store employee being threatened by a man armed with a gun led to the arrest of a Norfolkan on Sunday night.

Stanton County Sheriff Mike Unger said his office responded to a call in Woodland Park at about 10:20 p.m.

About 50 minutes later, the sheriff’s office took Christopher Moore, 41, into custody without incident at his Norfolk residence with the assistance of the Norfolk Police Division.

Moore was arrested on a felony charge of terroristic threats and jailed pending the setting of bond.

A realistic replica pistol was recovered in the possession of Moore at his residence and seized as evidence, Unger said.

In other news

LINCOLN— Secretary of State Robert Evnen announced Thursday that incumbents and non-incumbents, running for multi-county district, offices, state, or federal offices, are able to submit their filing documents for Nebraska 2020 elections beginning Dec. 2.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Ainsworth Regional Airport will receive $6.5 million through the Federal Aviation Administration’s Airport Improvement Program for runway and taxiway rehabilitation:

MADISON — A Norfolk woman who previously had been convicted of felony theft appeared Tuesday in Madison County Court on an escape charge.

WAYNE — The Fred G. Dale Planetarium at Wayne State College has announced that Thursday night, Nov. 21, there is an opportunity to see a brief meteor storm.

A high-speed pursuit across multiple counties ended in the arrest of a South Dakota man in connection to an assault on an officer with a vehicle, driving under the influence and felony flight to avoid arrest.