Two Tennessee men have been charged in the shooting and wounding a companion during a stop in Kearney.
The two, arrested Sunday morning, are being held in the Buffalo County jail.
Twenty-four-year-old Evan Swenson is charged with attempted 2nd degree homicide and use of a weapon to carry out that attempt, while his accomplice, 22-year-old Ashley Dominguez, is charged with being an accessory to attempted 1st degree homicide.
They are accused of shooting and wounding 31-year-old Gerard Vinett, identified as a companion of the two.
Both suspects were arrested early Sunday morning in Broken Bow after officers of the Kearney Police Department, in cooperation with Broken Bow Police, the Custer County Sheriff’s Office, and the Nebraska State Patrol search a Kearney hotel.
Swenson is accused of shooting Vinett early Saturday morning. Vinett was taken to an Omaha hospital. His condition has not been released.
By Brent Wiethorn, KHAS