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BELLEVUE, NB – A man who shot and killed two employees and wounded two others at a Sonic Drive-In is in custody, in jail, and being charged with additional charges.
On Saturday, November 21, 2020, at approximately 9·23 p.m, Bellevue Police responded to the Sonic Drive-In, located at 1307 Cornhusker Road. Officers dispatched were initially told of a possible bomb Inside of a moving truck parked in the parking lot. The suspect is identified as Roberto Carlos Silva Jr., of Omaha, Nebraska. Silva is facing nine charges including two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of attempted first-degree murder, four counts of use of a weapon to commit a felony,and first-degree arson.
At approximately 9:24 p m., the call was updated to a shooting. Numerous officers responded, with the first arriving at 9 26 p.m. A suspect was taken into custody shortly thereafter, without Incident.
2 patients were transported in critical condition. 1 patient was code 99 on scene and declared code 4. Another victim was extracted from the building and declared code 4. Trauma Doctors from Nebraska Med were on scene assisting EMS crews. pic.twitter.com/K3bczjb8Bx
— Sarpy Scanner (@Sarpy_Scanner) November 22, 2020
Officers discovered four victims with gunshot wounds. Two victims were transported to the University of Nebraska Medical Center Two additional victims were determined to be deceased at the scene.
The four victims were Zoey Lujan, 18; Kennether Gerner, 25; Nathan Pastrana, 22, deceased; and Ryan Helbert, 28, deceased.
— DaLaun Dillard (@DDillardTV) November 22, 2020
BODY CAM FOOTAGE: @lileana_pearson captured this clip during the Bellevue PD news conference. These are the moments leading up to the arrest of Roberto Silva, after he let off several gunshots in a Sonic Drive-Thru, killing two people & injuring two others last night. More @ 10 pic.twitter.com/Xfl99P4tyT
— Lauren Melendez (@LMelendezNews) November 23, 2020