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Omaha police arrest two men for homicides

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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) Omaha police have arrested two men including a Northwest High football player in connection with two separate homicides.

Police say they arrested 18-year-old Mitchell Wynne and charged him with first-degree murder. He's alleged to have shot Darnell Haynes on July 14th.

Officials say Wynne, a high school senior, was arrested Friday afternoon at a residence. Police Captain Kerry Neumann says Wynne and Haynes were acquaintances.

The case was not yet entered into court records and it wasn't apparent whether he had an attorney.

In a separate case, police arrested 35-year old John Moniz Friday and charged him with first-degree murder in the slaying of Delbert Freemont Junior whose body was found December 9th.

Court records did not show an attorney yet assigned to his case.

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