Nebraska Corrections Looks For Two Inmates

The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services reports two inmates are missing from facilities in Omaha and Lincoln.

They say 20-year old Kendall McNeese ran from the Community Corrections - Omaha after discovery of contraband inside his cell.

McNeese started his sentence on October 21st, 2019, an eight to 13 year sentence out of Douglas County for crimes including first degree assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.

McNeese has a tentative release date of July 18th, 2025 and a parole eligibility date of December 18th, 2022.

The other inmate is missing from the Community Corrections Center-Lincoln.

Corrections says 45-year old John Nereson did not show up for his work assignment Thursday, and surveillance video at the facility showed him walking toward a nearby bus stop.

Nereson started his sentence on February 18th, 2020.

He was sentenced to eight years to 12 years out of Scotts Bluff County for convictions that include assault on an officer using a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest, use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony, fifth offense driving under the influence, and driving while on a revoked license.

He has a tentative release date of June 26th, 2025 and a parole eligibility date of June 26th, 2023.

Anyone with information on these two cases is asked to call the Nebraska State Patrol.

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