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at State Fair
From Staff Reports
Two stabbings occurred on the
opening day of the Nebraska State
Fair, Lt. Robert Totten of the Ne
braska State Patrol said.
George Norris, 38, of Minnesota
was the victim in the first stabbing,
which occurred Friday at 7:15 a.m.
near the workers’ quarters in the
northeast section of the fairgrounds,
Norris, who was stabbed in the
lower back, was treated and re
leased by a Lincoln hospital, Totten
Totten said the state patrol is
sued a warrant to arrest the suspect,
who was an employee of the fair.
The other victim, a 15-year-old
Lincoln boy, was stabbed Friday at
11:30 p.m. near Agricultural Hall.
The boy was treated at a Lincoln
hospital for cuts on h is ear, neck and
chest, and he was later released.
Totten said the state patrol had
no suspects in the case. The witness
es were all juveniles, and the infor
mation given by them was sketchy,
; he said.
From Staff Reports_
No arrests have been made in the
pellet-gun shooting of a UNL stu
dent last week, university police
Matthew Harnly, a member of
Theta Chi Fraternity at the Univer
sity of Nebraska-Lincoln, was shot
in the face with a BB or pellet gun
Thursday at 9:20 p.m, UNL Police
Sgl. Bill Manning said. The pellet
made a red mark on Harnly’s face
but did not break his skin.
Harnly, whodid not see the shoot
er, was outside the Theta Chi house,
626 N. 16th St., when the incident
occurred, Manning said.
Manning said police didn t know
whether Hamly was the intentional
target of the shooting or an acciden
From Staff and Wire Reports
Convicted killcrRogcr Bjorklund
filed last week for permission to
change his legal name.
Bjorklund was convicted last year
for the 1992 abduction, rape and
murder of University of Ncbraska
Lincoln freshman Candice Harms.
Bjorklund filed a request in
Lancaster County District Court to
change his legal name to Tommy
William Lukert, which he derived
from the names of his biological
In a document submitted to the
court, Bjorklund said he wanted the
name change to rid himself of re
minders of a troubled childhood.
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