Shots fired as task force serves high-risk warrant in Grand Island
GRAND ISLAND, NE — Two teenagers are behind bars after tactical response units served a high-risk warrant in central Grand Island.
A police news release says the Grand Island Tactical Response team and the Tri-Cities Drug Enforcement Task Force raided a house at 5:40 Wednesday morning. Police say two teen boys fired shots during the incident but didn’t report any injuries.
Authorities arrested 19-year-old Armando Romero-Mijangos for theft, shooting a gun from a road, possession of a stolen firearm, unlawful transfer of a firearm to a juvenile and conspiracy to shoot a gun in a city. A 16-year-old was arrested for conspiracy to shoot a gun in a city. The theft charge relates to a stolen Bobcat UTV, which was taken in late July, and the road shooting charge relates to an incident from March.
Authorities are still investigating and could add additional charges, particularly concerning drugs.