Nemaha County cases involved threats of college student, methamphetamine
AUBURN – Recent Nemaha County court cases included threats at Peru State College and methamphetamine possession.
Ethan Heger, 18, of Papillion is charged with terroristic threats in Nemaha County.
A sheriff’s deputy says he was dispatched to Peru State College on a follow up of an assault report the day prior. He told the court that college administration has banned Heger from the dormitories, but he came into a room when the deputy was on campus to speak with an alleged victim.
An arrest affidavit says the deputy observed video of threats and a Snapchat photo of Heger holding firearms.
In separate cases, Brenda Allen, 54, of Nemaha is charged with possession of methamphetamine on Oct. 27.
An arrest affidavit says a Nemaha County sheriff’s deputy stopped a van driven by Allen on Highway 67 near Nemaha. The deputy told the court that methamphetamine was found in a search of Allen.
Brian Tennant, 53, of Auburn is charged with possession of methamphetamine and tampering with evidence on Oct. 27.
A Nemaha County sheriff’s deputy told the court he stopped an ATV Tennant was driving on 13th Street, but allowed Tennant to go inside to use a restroom. An arrest affidavit says Tennant attempted to dispose of a pipe with meth residue while in the restroom.