Fremont Police Arrest Several on Assault, Disturbance Charges

FREMONT – Fremont Police did not pass a quiet holiday, racking up several arrests on charges of assault, trespassing, and disturbing the peace throughout the Thanksgiving weekend.

Thanksgiving day was by far the busiest, with arrests starting just after midnight. At approximately 12:30AM Kendall W. Holland, 51, of Fremont was arrested on suspicion of 3rd Degree Assault and Violating a Protection Order following a disturbance complaint at a residence in the 2400 block of north Nye Avenue.  Holland is accused of contacting, then assaulting a resident from whom he was prohibited from contacting.

Just hours later, near 6:00AM, Raushanah A. Novotny, 33, of Fremont was arrested on suspicion of 3rd degree domestic assault following a disturbance complaint at a residence in the 2100 block of east 20th Street.  The victim sustained minor injuries.

Arrests continued into the afternoon and evening hours, when at 4:05PM Anthony R. Harshbarger, 34, of Fremont was arrested on suspicion of 2nd Degree Criminal Trespassing following a disturbance at a residence in the 1600 block of west 11th Street.  Harshbarger had been previously told he was not welcome to be at the residence by a Fremont Police Officer.

Finally, it was around 9:00PM when Barbara D. Renken, 45, of Fremont was arrested on suspicion of 3rd Degree Domestic Assault following a disturbance at a residence in the 1000 block of north C Street.  The victim sustained minor injuries.

On Friday 11/23/2018 at approximately 2:30AM Heidi M. Lowther, 39, of Lyons, NE was cited on suspicion of disorderly conduct following a disturbance complaint at a residence in the 1800 block of east Dodge Street.  Officers were attempting to break up the disturbance and Lowther was yelling profanities and refusing officers requests to stop.

On Sunday 11/25/2018 at approximately 2:50AM Michael S. Sladek, 44, of Fremont was arrested on suspicion of 3rd Degree Domestic Assault following a disturbance complaint at a residence in the 600 block of north I Street.  The victim sustained minor injuries.

 

Domestic violence has no place in our community. If you or someone you know needs assistance, call The Bridge. You can reach their 24 hour Crisis Line at 888-721-4340.

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