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Seneca man facing several felony charges
04/24/2018

Edward Meade

(KMZA)--A Seneca man is facing several felony charges stemming from two separate incidents in March.

Nemaha County Attorney Brad Lippert, in a press release, says 50-year-old Edward Meade has been charged in Nemaha County District Court with aggravated assault, cruelty to animals and two counts of aggravated endangering a child.

Lippert says the complaint alleges that on March 7th Meade used a deadly weapon to place another person in reasonable apprehension of bodily harm.  He says its also alleged that on March 1st Meade maliciously injured a dog, and caused two children to be placed in a situation where their life, body or health were endangered.

The incidents were investigated by the Seneca Police Department.

Meade was arrested last Friday on a warrant by the Nemaha County Sheriff's Department, and booked into the Nemaha County Jail.

He was released Sunday on a $20,000 surety bond and is set to appear in court May 22nd.


 

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