Omaha police arrest man with loaded gun near College World Series

THE DEPARTMENT SAYS IT’S STICKING TO THE STATEMENT FOR NOW. JULIE: OMAHA POLICE SAY THEY ARRESTED A MAN WITH A LOADED GUN NEAR THE COLLEGE WORLD SERIES. OFFICERS SAY THEY FOUND 35-YEAR-OLD WILLIAM POLLAND NEAR BASEBALL VILLAGE AROUND 10:30 THIS MORNING

Omaha police arrest man with loaded gun near College World Series

Officers responded to an armed party call and found 35-year-old William Polland matching the report’s description.

Omaha police say they arrested a man with a loaded gun near Baseball Village at the College World Series Wednesday morning, by North 13th and Mike Fahey streets.Officers responded to an armed party call and found 35-year-old William Polland matching the report’s description.After Polland was detained, police say they found a loaded gun in his possession. Omaha police say that he doesn’t have a concealed carry permit, and the firearm was identified as unregistered. Polland was booked for carrying a concealed weapon without a permit, and possession of an unregistered firearm.

Omaha police say they arrested a man with a loaded gun near Baseball Village at the College World Series Wednesday morning, by North 13th and Mike Fahey streets.

Officers responded to an armed party call and found 35-year-old William Polland matching the report’s description.

After Polland was detained, police say they found a loaded gun in his possession.

Omaha police say that he doesn’t have a concealed carry permit, and the firearm was identified as unregistered.

Polland was booked for carrying a concealed weapon without a permit, and possession of an unregistered firearm.

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