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Update: Suspects linked to deaths of 17-year-olds in custody

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Posted at 10:28 AM, Jun 04, 2021
and last updated 2021-06-15 16:10:26-04

UPDATE 6/15/21 3 PM

On Tuesday, the Omaha Police Department said two suspects were taken into custody in connection to a June 3 shooting that resulted in the deaths of two 17-year-old boys.

Both of the juvenile suspects were located and taken into custody without incident in the Kansas City area.

UPDATE 6/6/21 9:45 AM

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The second teenager who was shot last week in Omaha has died from his injuries.

Omaha police say 17-year-old Javondre McIntosh died Saturday.

Omaha police found McIntosh and Jiaquan Williams, also 17, with gunshot wounds just after 8 p.m. Thursday in north Omaha.

Williams died shortly after he was taken to the Nebraska Medical Center.

McIntosh had been listed in critical condition, with life-threatening injuries.

Police say they’re still investigating and are looking for two people in connection with the shooting.


On Thursday, just after 8 p.m., officers with the Omaha Police Department (OPD), responded to a shooting near the 3400 block of 29th Circle following a Shotspotter activation. At the scene, they found two 17-year-old males suffering gunshot wounds.

Police are searching for Lerajai Key, 17, and Terrance Moore, 16, in connection to the shooting. They are pictured above. OPD also believes that the vehicle pictured was possibly used in the alleged crime.

KMTV 3 News Now typically publishes mugshots or photos of suspects only when they are at large. OPD says it's obtained arrest warrants for Key and Moore.

Seventeen-year-old Jiaquan Williams and another teen, 17-year-old Javondre McIntosh, were transported to a nearby hospital where Williams later died.

McIntosh's injuries have been determined to be life-threatening. Police said he is currently in critical condition.

OPD’s investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is urged to contact Omaha Crime Stoppers anonymously at 402-444-STOP (7867) at www.p3tips.comor by downloading the p3tips mobile app. Tips leading to an arrest of a homicide suspect are eligible for an enhanced reward up to $25,000.

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