NPPD Looking for Suspect in Shooting at Mall

The North Platte Police Department is looking for a man involved in a shooting that happened in the parking lot near the Platte River Mall last Saturday. Police have issued an arrest warrant for 48-year-old Nathaneal Anthony for his involvement in an incident that happened at 12:07 AM on November 7th, where a 33-year-old man was found with a gunshot wound to the abdomen.

According to a release from NPPD, officers were dispatched to the east side of the Platte River Mall, for a male subject that was involved in a shooting.  Upon arrival, Officers located the victim with the gunshot wound and he was transported to Great Plains Health by the North Platte Fire Department.   

On November 10, a warrant was issued for 41-year-old Cortney Hansen, for aiding and abetting-1st degree assault, in regards to the shooting. Officers observed a vehicle that Hansen was driving and conducted a felony traffic stop near Philip and Bryan. Hansen was taken into custody without further incident. Hansen was incarcerated at the Lincoln County Detention Center for aiding and abetting- 1st degree assault. 

An arrest warrant was then issued for Anthony.  Anthony is wanted for 1st Degree assault, use of a firearm to commit a felony, and possession of a firearm by a prohibited person. If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of Nathaneal Anthony, please contact the North Platte Police Department or your local Law Enforcement Agency. You can also submit your information to Lincoln County Crime Stoppers at 308-534-8400, or lincolncountycrimestoppers.com.