Norfolk, NE man enters plea in connection with nightclub shooting case
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NORFOLK, Neb (KTIV/US92) -
A 28-year-old Madison man, who is being held in connection with a
shooting at a Norfolk nightclub in November, has pled not guilty to
related charges in Stanton County, Nebraska.
During an arraignment Friday morning
Jordan Beehn entered a plea of not guilty to one count
of driving under the influence, one count of operating a motor vehicle
to avoid arrest and a speeding violation. Beehn's attorney, Charles
Balsinger, requested a jury trial for the first two counts. Judge Ross
Stoffer set a pre-trial hearing date of January
Beehn is also being charged in Madison County with felony
assault and weapons charges related to a shooting outside of Club
Hollywood in Norfolk on November 24th. Authorities says Beehn and his
wife fled the scene after the shooting that wounded
a man and crashed their vehicle west of Stanton about an hour later.
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