Man Arrested After Threatening to Kill Group of People in North Lincoln

Police in Lincoln, Nebraska, arrested 34-year-old Anthony Grandel after he allegedly threatened to kill a group of people at a home in north Lincoln. The caller reported that Grandel was armed with a hammer and a knife. No serious injuries were reported, and Grandel has been charged with multiple offenses including assault and burglary. reported

A man was apprehended by the police in the early hours of Friday after allegedly making threats to harm a group of individuals residing in a residence in north Lincoln, Nebraska. The incident was reported to the Lincoln Police, prompting their arrival at a home near the intersection of North 19th and Superior streets at approximately 2:10 a.m. The caller, a 34-year-old individual, informed the authorities that the suspect had brandished a hammer and a knife, issuing death threats to the caller’s roommates. Upon the officers’ arrival, the five roommates managed to evacuate the premises, while the suspect barricaded himself in one of the bedrooms. Roughly 20 minutes later, the suspect, identified as Anthony Grandel, a 34-year-old man, emerged from the bedroom and was subsequently apprehended. Fortunately, no significant injuries were reported in connection with the incident. Grandel was subsequently transported to jail and charged with various offenses, including second-degree assault, using a deadly weapon to commit a felony, making terroristic threats, false imprisonment, burglary, possession of a deadly weapon by a prohibited person, and resisting arrest..