The Nebraska State Patrol searched a Neligh home Thursday morning in conjunction with an ongoing investigation.
Lt. Dan Wilson confirmed the State Patrol served the search warrant at 508 W 10th St. in Neligh. The home is owned by Darryl and Julie Lierman of Neligh.
"The search was in conjunction with an ongoing investigation," Wilson said.
No arrests were made Thursday, according to Wilson.
Several State Patrol officers were seen entering the home around 10:30 a.m. Thursday. The Antelope County Sheriff's Department and Neligh Police Department were also present outside the home.
Both Darryl Lierman and Julie Lierman were taken into custody on July 14 following the execution of two arrest warrants.
Julie Lierman was arrested for child neglect (class I misdemeanor) and has since been release on bond.
Darryl Lierman, 49, of Neligh, faces 10 felony charges - three counts of first degree sexual assault of a child (class 1B felonies); three counts of third degree sexual assault of a child; and four counts of child abuse (class IIIA felonies).
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