Bowling Alley Owner Innocent Victim In Bloomfield Argument And Shooting

Photo: KTIV-TV

(Bloomfield, NE) -- One of the men killed in a double homicide in Bloomfield, a small town in far northeastern Nebraska was the owner of the bowling alley, and had nothing to do with an argument that led to the shooting. The Nebraska State Patrol says the suspect went to the bowling alley with a shotgun, got into an argument with 49-year-old William Reffert and shot and killed him.

77-year-old Curtis Strom was not involved in the argument, but was also shot and killed.

25-year-old Alias Reed is facing two counts of first-degree murder, and his girlfriend, 27-year-old Kaylyne Sweazy is accused of helping hide the shotgun after the murders.

Screenshot from KTIV-TV 4 News

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