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Aurora Man Held on $2 Million Bond for Deadly Stabbing
A 29-year-old man from Aurora, Nebraska, Caleb Arnett, has been arrested and held on $2 million bond following his alleged involvement in a deadly stabbing incident. Arnett faces charges of first-degree murder and two counts of first-degree assault in connection with the death of 48-year-old Ross Nickolaus.
The Aurora Police Department received a distress call early on Saturday morning, prompting officers to rush to the reported stabbing scene. Upon arrival, law enforcement officials discovered a woman with significant injuries in the driveway of a neighboring house. Nebraska State Patrol officers, who were also present, subsequently found Arnett at the residence in question, armed with a knife.
In their search of the home, officers tragically discovered Nickolaus, who was pronounced dead at the scene. Additionally, they found a child with a severe cut on their hand. The woman’s current condition remains unknown, while the juvenile received treatment for minor injuries.
This horrifying incident has left the Aurora community in shock and mourning. The local authorities are working diligently to gather evidence and conduct a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding the stabbing. As Arnett remains in custody, the judicial process will determine the appropriate course of action in this case.
Please stay tuned to KETV NewsWatch 7 for the latest updates on this tragic event.