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Stereo equipment stolen from vehicles
By Jeff Zeleny
More than $3,000 worth of stereo
equipment was stolen from five ve
hicles in university parking lots early
Wednesday, police said.
Police discovered the thefts be
tween 3:40 a.m. and 5:04 a.m.
A UNL freshman was arrested on
suspicion of breaking into one car,
but police have not identified sus
pects in the other four cases, said
University police Sgt. Mylo Bush
Javin Rogers, an undeclared fresh
man, was arrested at 5:04 a.m.
Wednesday on suspicion of posses
sion of stolen property and posses
sion of wire cutters, which were be
lieved to be used in the theft. Bushing
Police also approached a car of
non-students early Wednesday in the
Cather-Pound parking lot at 1820 R
St. to question them about the other
thefts, Bushing said, but there was
not sufficient evidence to arrest the
Of the $3,105 loss, $400 was re
covered, Bushing said, including two
large car stereo speakers that were
found beneath a tree near the parking
In the last three weeks, the Cather
Pound lot has had the most vandal
ism, criminal mischief and thefts from
automobiles. Bushing said. Thieves
have taken stereo equipment by break
ing windows of the autos, he said.
“If you have a CD that you can
remove from your vehicle, probably
the safest place for it would be to take
it up into your room,” Bushing said.
“In past cases, even the trunk lock
can be popped, so that’s not even a
safe place now.”
Two Schramm Hall residents were
charged Tuesday with possession of
drug paraphernalia, police said.
Bradley M. Houston, an unde
clared freshman, and Travis Rupp, a
freshman business major, both were
cited by police in their room, Bush
Police said a student assistant no
tified them of a burning marijuana
odor about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. Po
1 ice confiscated a three-inch pipe with
a bowl and two water pipes. Less than
an ounce of marijuana also was dis
covered, Bushing said.
The possession charge is a misde
NETV begins search for general manager
hrom stan Hepons
A 13-member committee has
started a nationwide search for a new
general manager of Nebraska Educa
tional Television and should have a
list of finalists by early 1996.
The current director. Jack
McBride, will retire from that posi
tion July 1, 1996, but will stay on as
a part-time consultant.
McBride’s position also included
serving as director of University Tele
vision ana general manager or
John W. Goebel, dean of the Col
lege of Business Administration, and
Herb Schimek, government relations
director at the Nebraska State Educa
tion Association, will serve as com
McBride has been with the uni
versity since 1954 and was a pioneer
for telecommunications in Nebraska.
Schimek said the committee was look
ing ror someone wno wouju maicn
McBride’s leadership traits.
“We need someone who has vi
sion,” he said. “This is a changing
industry with equipment and fund
The committee includes members
of Nebraska ETV Network, Nebraska
business leaders and faculty and stu
dents from the University of Ne
braska-Lincoln and the University of
Nebraska at Omaha.
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loss of a loving daughter to a close
family." he said.
Neither Barney nor Bjorklund was
present for the trial. Michael Hansen,
Barney’s attorney, said the amount
was too high.
“Much higher than I had ex
pected," he said.
Hansen said he planned to talk to
Barney Wednesday night to discuss a
But Strotman said the verdict was
“This is just a culmination of the
great deal of support the whole com
munity has shown the Harms," he
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