Police Find Dead Man in Hells Angels' Clubhouse
Dead Body Found in Hells Angels ClubhousePhoto: Video by kmtv.com
Omaha, NE - Sunday's first homicide was reported just before 11 a.m. Firefighters and police officers were responding to a vague 911 when they found a man dead inside the Hells Angels motorcycle clubhouse.
Neighbors watched as investigators taped off the scene at 4501 S. 27th Circle.
Rosalee Combs has lived in the area for more than 30 years. "This is just as surprising as if my 80 year-old neighbor down the road, if something had happened down there. I never expected it."
Police say at 10:46 a.m. Sunday an unknown 911 call came in. There was little information so both the police and fire officials responded. Firefighters were first on the scene. "They did locate a male party that was down on the floor," said Officer James Shade with Omaha Police. "They did attempt to resuscitate him and were unsuccessful in that."
Police launched a homicide investigation. Neighbors say they didn't hear anything. No gunshots. No disturbance. "The neighborhood pays attention," said Combs. "We're not a sit on your butt neighborhood that doesn't pay attention to anything that's going on. All the neighbors talk to each other."
Police say evidence around the adult male's body does indicate foul play. As for the Hell's Angels, Combs says they've been good to the neighborhood, and since they've arrived, it's only improved. "They're my neighbors. They're quiet. Since they moved into the neighborhood and the bar moved out, the neighborhood is actually quieter."