An Oakdale woman was arrested Monday night for allegedly threatening to kill a woman and her unborn baby.
A little before 10 p.m. Norfolk Police responded to 10th Street and Elm where reports of a disturbance were called in. When police arrived, some of the people involved in the disturbance had left.
On scene was a female victim who told police that 20-year-old Tori Starman of Oakdale had pushed her against a vehicle. According to the victim, Starman and 22-year old Keyawna Hightree then threatened to kill her and her unborn baby.
The victim, along with three witnesses, provided an account of the assault as well as a description of the car the suspects left in.
Hightree and Starman were located and then placed under arrest.
During a search, officers found a knife with a 4-inch blade as well as a smaller butcher knife in Hightree’s sweatshirt pocket. Hightree also had a scale and meth on her.
Starman was arrested for terroristic threats and Hightree was arrested for terroristic threats, possession of a concealed weapon and possession of a controlled substance. Both were taken to Norfolk City Jail before being transferred to Madison County Jail.
(courtesy of News Channel Nebraska)
The Village of Oakdale has received $385,100 from USDA Rural Development leveraged with other funding of $250,000 to complete the village’s $635,100 water improvement project.
Funds will construct a new municipal groundwater supply well, install new water meters and replace a water main. The village has two current municipal groundwater wells, but only one well is the main source of water for the water system, the second well is only used in emergency situations. The village has experienced water loss of more than 15 percent in the past. This is likely due to outdated water meters that were installed in 1981 and distribution system leaks.
The Water & Waste Disposal Loan and Grant Program provides funding for clean and reliable drinking water systems, sanitary sewage disposal, sanitary solid waste disposal, and storm water drainage to households and businesses in eligible rural areas.
With the lenten season drawing to an end, the Oakdale Volunteer Fire Department wants to give you one more opportunity to enjoy some Friday night fish.
OVFD will be hosting a Fish Fry on Friday, April 7 starting at 5 p.m. at the Oakdale Community Center. They will serve until 8 p.m.
It'll be $10 for adults and children 12 and under are just $5. For that, you can get all you can eat fish, coleslaw, fries, drink and dessert. All proceeds will go to the fire department for use for training and equipment.
Texting while driving is being blamed for an accident early Sunday evening in Antelope County.
Sheriff Deputy John Shaver said Karina Martinez, 19 of Norfolk, was cited following a one-vehicle accident at the intersection of Rath and Fourth Street in Oakdale at 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
Shaver said he received a report of erratic driving and was then called that the vehicle in question had just been involved in an accident.
Martinez was driving a 2003 Chevy Malibu. Shaver said it's unknown if seat belts were in use.
The Oakdale Booster Club will be hosting a soup supper on Friday to raise funds for the annual community celebration.
From 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Friday, the booster club will be serving a variety of soups and sandwiches at the Oakdale Community Center. The meal is a free will donation.
There will be a number of soups, including chicken noodle, chili, potato and broccoli and cheese soup. There will also be chicken salad, ham salad and cheese sandwiches. Dessert will be on hand as well.
One person was transported by Neligh Rescue following a two-vehicle accident southeast of Oakdale on Thursday afternoon.
The accident occurred just after 2 p.m. about 1 mile south and 1 1/2 miles east of Oakdale on a dead end road.
The Oakdale Fire Department, Neligh-Oakdale Jaws of Life, Neligh Rescue, Antelope County Sheriff's Department and Neligh Police Department responded.
No other information is available at this time.
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