Police arrest six, but one man still wanted in slaying of Fremont teen

Five Suspects In Fremont Teen Killing Courtesy Council Bluffs Police Department

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — Arrests have been made almost four weeks after a Fremont teen was shot and killed in a Council Bluffs apartment.

The Council Bluffs Police Department said Trebor Carman, 19, and Dontre Hudson, 20, were arrested Thursday at a home in Omaha.

Angelina Michaelson, 20, turned herself in to authorities on Wednesday.

Also on Wednesday, police announced that their investigation led them to seven suspects.

Three of them had already been apprehended: Treianna Hudson, Traavon Thomas and Keshawn Houtz-Mayfield, all 20.

As of Thursday, police were still looking for one suspect: 30-year-old Devin Adkins.

On Jan. 8, police went to an apartment near Fourth Street and Willow Avenue.

Officers found 19-year-old Tucker Dobberstein dead with a gunshot wound to the chest.

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Witnesses told police that several people ran from the building after the shooting, clad in rubber gloves and masks.

Investigators determined that the group had planned to rob Dobberstein as he delivered drugs to them at the apartment.

Four suspects met Dobberstein and ultimately shot and killed him, police say, before leaving in a waiting vehicle with two others.

Police think the apartment’s tenant was not there during the robbery but was aware the crime would take place.

Each of the seven suspects have been charged with first-degree murder and first-degree robbery.

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