Black Suspect, Brian Haywood Shot an Ohama Girl

September 30, 2013 (KETV) – WE’VE JUST LEARNED THE NAME OF A TEENAGER SUSPECTED IN SHOOTING… AND CRITICALLY INJURING AN OMAHA GIRL. HE IS THIS WEEK’S CRIME STOPPERS MOST WANTED. THE AFTERNOON OF JULY TWENTY-SECOND..THIS SEEMINGLY QUIET OMAHA STREET.. WAS A SHOOTING SCENE. WITNESSES NEAR 34th AND NORTH RIDGE SAY THERE’D BEEN A FIGHT.. THEN GUNSHOTS. A GIRL WAS HIT IN THE THIGH… SHE SURVIVED. NOW.. INVESTIGATORS TELL NEWSWATCH SEVEN.. THEY BELIEVE BRIAN HAYWOOD IS THE ONE WHO PULLED THE TRIGGER. HAYWOOD JUST TURNED EIGHTEEN LAST WEEK. HE’S FIVE-ELEVEN … WEIGHS ABOUT 170-POUNDS. HIS LAST KNOWN ADDRESS WAS NEAR 33rd AND ERSKINE. IF YOU KNOW WHERE HAYWOOD MIGHT BE…LET POLICE KNOW. CALL.. TEXT.. OR E-MAIL THAT INFORMATION. NO MATTER WAY YOU CHOOSE… SINCE CRIME STOPPERS USES A CODE SYSTEM.. YOU CAN’T BE IDENTIFIED. AND IF HAYWOOD’S CAUGHT AND CHARGED.. YOU COULD GET A CASH REWARD.

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