Update: 3 teens arrested in overnight Lincoln robberies

Bukjiok Dobuony and Daniel Dak, Jr.

Police say three teenage boys were arrested after an overnight crime spree in Lincoln.

It was a busy night for Lincoln police as five separate robberies were reported across the city.  The teens were arrested for three of the robberies.

It started with the discovery of a stolen minivan found near N. 40th and Orchard early Thursday morning.  Police say four teenage boys were seen running from the van.  Police say 18-year-old Bukjiok Dobuony, 18-year-old Daniel Dak, Jr., and a 14-year-old boy were arrested for the robberies.  The fourth suspect is still at large.

Wednesday night near 19th and J, police say a Jimmy John's delivery man made a delivery to an apartment in the area.  Police say he was confronted by two juvenile males who said the delivery was for them.  He was robbed of cash.  The suspects ran off.  Police say the suspects's description is similar to ones that robbed a Jimmy John's delivery man earlier this week.

In the second incident, police say a man home in his apartment near 12th and D streets heard a knock on his door.  Police say the victim thought it was a family member returning home. When he answered the door, he was confronted by two men.  Police say one of the suspects was armed with a shotgun.  Police believe the suspects were scared away by the man's rotweiller dog.  They believe there was a third suspect in the hallway.  The suspects fled on foot. 

And in the third incident, police say two people were leaving their residence near 11th and New Hampshire at around 1:40 Thursday morning.  Police say they were confronted by three black males.  One was armed with a sawed-off shotgun.  Police say they demanded money and phones, however, they only got away with a phone. All three are described as slender and wearing hooded sweatshirts.

In two unrelated robberies, police say a woman was confronted in her home at gunpoint as supects got away with a safe containing cash. The incident happened Wednesday evening near N. 53rd and Holdrege.  She was not injured.

In the other robbery, a man riding his bike near Nebraska Wesleyan University was confronted by two men.  He was knocked off his bike, and the suspects got away with the bike.  Police say the man suffered cuts to his face, and his bike was found a short distance away.