Update: Suspects and deputies identified in Omaha shooting

Douglas County Sheriff Tim Dunning has identified a man shot to death by deputies as 37-year-old David Cermak of Omaha. Two deputies injured while trying to serve an arrest warrant on Cermak were injured. Dunning identified them as 39-year-old Tom Flynn and 37-year-old David Heins.

Dunning said in a Wednesday afternoon news conference that as many as five deputies had been sent earlier in the day to serve the warrant on Cermak, wanted for a parole violation. But a struggle ensued, and both Cermak and Flynn were shot. Cermak was killed, and Flynn was taken to Creighton University Medical Center with a single gunshot to his torso.

He is expected to recover. Heins was hurt when he was bitten by a police dog and has been released from the hospital.