No bond for Omaha man accused in weekend shooting death

(Omaha, NE) -- An Omaha man charged in the city's 13th homicide of the year is ordered to be held on no bail.

21 year old Jordan Humphrey is charged with 2nd degree murder in connection to the shooting death of 18 year old Dayton Wenz. Prosecutors say Wenz was shot and killed near 34th and Davenport Saturday night while trying to buy Xanax from Humphrey. The Douglas County Attorney's Office says that during the drug deal, Wenz reportedly grabbed the Xanax that Humphrey had and ran off.

Investigators says 18 year old Schuyler Buckingham-Yeoman and 19 year old Alicia Granneman were with Humphrey and pointed him in the direction of Wenz. They say Humphrey then shot at Wenz multiple times. Buckingham-Yeoman is accused of hiding the gun and the getaway car. Granneman is also accused of helping hide the car. Bail was set at $500,000 each for Buckingham-Yeoman and Granneman.

In addition to the 2nd degree murder charge, Humphrey is also charged with use of a weapon to commit a felony, possession of a defaced firearm, tampering with evidence and two counts of drug possession with intent to distribute.

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