By Emily Crane For Dailymail. Sydney Loofe, 24, was found dead in December near Omaha, Nebraska, about a month after she disappeared following the Tinder date. A Nebraska woman whose body was found stuffed into garbage bags after she failed to return home from a Tinder date had been cut up into 14 pieces, a court has heard. Sydney Loofe, 24, was found dead in December near Edgar, south-west of Omaha, about a month after she disappeared following the Tinder date.
Nebraska Man Accused of Blackmailing Politician With Nude Wife Photos
Wrestler Paul Donahoe's nude photos cost him a college career at Nebraska
Donahoe was both the pride and potential of Nebraska's esteemed wrestling program, which has produced six Olympic wrestlers, including gold medalist Rulon Gardner. But this past summer, before Donahoe's final season and his last shot at another national championship, that pride turned to shame. A phone call from a parent tipped university officials off to nude photos and video of Donahoe on Fratmen. Think a wrestling singlet is revealing?
Dennis Sryniawski has been charged with cyberstalking and threats with intent to extort after authorities said he contacted a man running in the Nebraska Senate election and threatened to release nude photos of his wife unless he withdrew from the race. District Court of Nebraska following the October incident. Diane Parris, who was serving as her husband Jeff Parris' campaign manager during the election, told the FBI that her husband received several messages from a man she was married to more than 20 years ago. The messages demanded that her husband abandon his bid for the District 14 seat in Nebraska's state Senate.
Riley, Omaha, for appellant. Following a trial by jury, the defendant, Asa T. Carter, was found guilty of first degree murder. The information alleged that the death of the victim had occurred during the perpetration of a sexual assault in the first degree. The defendant has appealed, assigning error on the part of the trial court in admitting testimony of prior bad acts by the defendant and in admitting evidence concerning DNA testing and the results thereof.