Indian Meadows Golf Course facing thousands of dollars in damage
Vandalism destroys property
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP) - UPDATE (8/19/20): The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department is reporting updates in the Indian Meadows Golf Course Vandalism case.
Following at least 20 interviews, the Department is reporting additional arrests. As of Thursday, August 19, four additional citations were issued, all to young people under the age of 18. Intentionally destroying property, this list includes a 15-year old boy from North Platte, and from Sutherland a 14-year old boy, 15-year old boy, and a 17-year old boy.
The Sheriff’s Department is reporting they believe the Sutherland kids came to the golf course after the initial destruction of property, accompanying one of the original offenders. Each is facing Felony Criminal Mischief charges and are released to their parents.
The current estimated damage to property and equipment is $58,000.
UPDATE (8-5-20): Arrests were made in connection with the property and equipment damage at Indian Meadows Golf Course. The first subject is a 14-year old boy, cited with Felony Criminal Mischief, and released to his parents.
Deputies arrested 18-year old Brocklynn Little of North Platte. Little was also charged with Felony Criminal Mischief, he was placed in the Lincoln County Detention Center. A third North Platte male juvenile will be arrested next week as he is currently out of town.
The investigation in this matter continues and additional charges may be added to all subjects.
Few details are known about the damage caused at North Platte’s Indian Meadows Golf Course. Damage was found with golf carts, and the golf course itself. People are asked to contact the North Platte Police Department or Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department with any information about the vandalism.
News 2 is being told estimates of damage to the carts and course could reach as high as $50,000.
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