Lincoln police investigating shooting death of man near 13th, O Streets

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Shooting victim, 18, walks into hospital with life-threatening injuries

A 32-year-old man died from multiple gunshot wounds early Sunday after being shot near 13th and O Streets in downtown Lincoln.

Police are withholding the name of the deceased pending notification of family, a spokesman said. No arrests were announced.

Officers heard multiple gunshots about 1:30 a.m. and found an unresponsive man lying on O Street. He was taken to Bryan Medical Center’s west campus, where he as was pronounced dead at 2:22 a.m.

Additional officers were called to the shooting scene to manage a large crowd and identify witnesses. Police are interviewing witnesses and searching for video that may have captured details of the incident.

The initial investigative efforts show a disturbance preceded the shooting. An autopsy had been requested to confirm the cause of death, a spokesman said.

Anyone with information about the incident is urged to the Lincoln Police Department at 402-441-6000 or Crime Stoppers at 402-475-3600. Two former Husker players now charged with first-degree sexual assault texted each other about telling the truth about their sexual encounter with a woman, according to a court document.

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