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Woman had four children in car as she fled from trooper

State Patrol: Woman had four children in car as she fled from trooper

Troopers say woman had children in car when chase ended in southwest Omaha

The Nebraska State Patrol said a woman with four children in her car fled from an attempted traffic stop on Interstate 80 in Omaha Sunday evening. The woman was wanted for fleeing from another attempted traffic stop by Sarpy County deputies.A trooper performed a tactical vehicle intervention on the woman’s vehicle near 119th and West Center Road Sunday around 8:00 p.m. and brought her Chevy Malibu to a stop. The driver, Tiara Cook, 32, was taken into custody without incident or injury. Four children in the car were not injured. The children were placed with family members.Cook was arrested for felony flight to avoid arrest, willful reckless driving, child abuse/neglect no operator’s license and false reporting.Earlier Sunday in a separate case, troopers and Omaha police arrested a motorcyclist seen speeding, driving between vehicles and passing on the shoulder of Interstate 680 near West Dodge. An NSP pilot tracked the motorcycle to 129th and Q, where the rider fled on foot. Troopers and police arrested Lenn Farley, 32 of Papillion. He also faces a felony charge of flight to avoid arrest, as well as willful reckless driving.AUGUST 23, 2021 (OMAHA, NEB.) — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) have arrested multiple people following multiple pursuits Sunday evening.At approximately 5:50 p.m. Sunday, a trooper observed a motorcycle driving recklessly on Interstate 680 near Dodge Street. The motorcycle was speeding, splitting between other vehicles, and passing on the shoulder. The trooper attempted a traffic stop, but the motorcycle fled. The trooper initiated a pursuit but discontinued the pursuit shortly thereafter as the NSP Aviation Support Division began tracking the motorcycle from the air.NSP pilots tracked the motorcycle as it continued driving recklessly through portions of west Omaha until it came to an apartment complex near 129th and Q streets. Pilots directed patrol units to that location, where the rider then fled on foot. Troopers and Omaha Police Officers were able to apprehend the subject after a short foot pursuit. The rider, Lenn Farley, 32, of Papillion, was arrested for felony flight to avoid arrest, willful reckless driving, and an outstanding warrant from Hall County. He was lodged in Douglas County Jail.Later, at approximately 7:45 p.m. Sunday, a trooper located a vehicle that had previously fled a traffic stop with the Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office. The trooper attempted a traffic stop in a parking lot near the 84th Street interchange of Interstate 80. The vehicle, a Chevrolet Malibu, refused to stop and fled westbound on Interstate 80. The trooper initiated a pursuit.The vehicle turned northbound onto Interstate 680, then westbound on West Center Road. Near 119th and Center, the trooper was able to successfully perform a tactical vehicle intervention to bring the vehicle to a stop. The driver was then taken into custody without incident. Troopers then discovered four children in the vehicle as well. No injuries were reported. The driver then provided false identifying information to the troopers.The driver, Tiara Cook, 32, of Omaha, was arrested for felony flight to avoid arrest, willful reckless driving, child abuse/neglect, no operator’s license, and false reporting. Cook was lodged in Douglas County Jail. The children were placed with family.

The Nebraska State Patrol said a woman with four children in her car fled from an attempted traffic stop on Interstate 80 in Omaha Sunday evening.

The woman was wanted for fleeing from another attempted traffic stop by Sarpy County deputies.

A trooper performed a tactical vehicle intervention on the woman’s vehicle near 119th and West Center Road Sunday around 8:00 p.m. and brought her Chevy Malibu to a stop. The driver, Tiara Cook, 32, was taken into custody without incident or injury. Four children in the car were not injured. The children were placed with family members.

Cook was arrested for felony flight to avoid arrest, willful reckless driving, child abuse/neglect no operator’s license and false reporting.

Earlier Sunday in a separate case, troopers and Omaha police arrested a motorcyclist seen speeding, driving between vehicles and passing on the shoulder of Interstate 680 near West Dodge.

An NSP pilot tracked the motorcycle to 129th and Q, where the rider fled on foot. Troopers and police arrested Lenn Farley, 32 of Papillion. He also faces a felony charge of flight to avoid arrest, as well as willful reckless driving.

AUGUST 23, 2021 (OMAHA, NEB.) — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) have arrested multiple people following multiple pursuits Sunday evening.

At approximately 5:50 p.m. Sunday, a trooper observed a motorcycle driving recklessly on Interstate 680 near Dodge Street. The motorcycle was speeding, splitting between other vehicles, and passing on the shoulder. The trooper attempted a traffic stop, but the motorcycle fled. The trooper initiated a pursuit but discontinued the pursuit shortly thereafter as the NSP Aviation Support Division began tracking the motorcycle from the air.

NSP pilots tracked the motorcycle as it continued driving recklessly through portions of west Omaha until it came to an apartment complex near 129th and Q streets. Pilots directed patrol units to that location, where the rider then fled on foot. Troopers and Omaha Police Officers were able to apprehend the subject after a short foot pursuit. The rider, Lenn Farley, 32, of Papillion, was arrested for felony flight to avoid arrest, willful reckless driving, and an outstanding warrant from Hall County. He was lodged in Douglas County Jail.

Later, at approximately 7:45 p.m. Sunday, a trooper located a vehicle that had previously fled a traffic stop with the Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office. The trooper attempted a traffic stop in a parking lot near the 84th Street interchange of Interstate 80. The vehicle, a Chevrolet Malibu, refused to stop and fled westbound on Interstate 80. The trooper initiated a pursuit.

The vehicle turned northbound onto Interstate 680, then westbound on West Center Road. Near 119th and Center, the trooper was able to successfully perform a tactical vehicle intervention to bring the vehicle to a stop. The driver was then taken into custody without incident. Troopers then discovered four children in the vehicle as well. No injuries were reported. The driver then provided false identifying information to the troopers.

The driver, Tiara Cook, 32, of Omaha, was arrested for felony flight to avoid arrest, willful reckless driving, child abuse/neglect, no operator’s license, and false reporting. Cook was lodged in Douglas County Jail. The children were placed with family.