LPD: Lincoln man threatened neighbor with chainsaw, used racial slur

Authorities say a Lincoln man threatened his neighbor with a chainsaw and called her a racial slur. 
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LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Authorities say a Lincoln man threatened his neighbor with a chainsaw and called her a racial slur.

Lincoln police say officers responded Saturday afternoon to the 1700 block of N. 68th St. where they found a 25-year-old Black woman and several witnesses.

The woman told officers she arrived at her apartment building and was about to walk upstairs when a man, identified by police as 41-year-old Daniel Stueck, revved a chainsaw at her and told her to get off the property.

The woman reported Stueck also called her a racial slur.

The woman said Stueck told her she “better run” and continued to use racial epithets.

Police say Stueck told officers Black people have been stealing from him and that the woman “was guilty because was Black.”

Stueck was arrested for terroristic threats with a hate crime enhancement.

 

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