Roseland man arrested after discharging fire arm into neighboring home

Following a disagreement, Brock Grabill discharged a fire arm through the structure of his...
Following a disagreement, Brock Grabill discharged a fire arm through the structure of his home, striking a nearby house. (Gray)(WGCL)
Published: Jul. 3, 2022 at 6:00 PM CDT
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ROSELAND, Neb. (KSNB) - A Roseland man is behind bars after firing a gun into the side of a neighboring home.

Brock Grabill, 32, was arrested late Saturday night after getting into a verbal disagreement with a neighbor during a block party.

Following the disagreement, Grabill then proceeded inside of his residency where he discharged a fire arm, piercing through the structure of his home and striking a nearby house.

Both the Nebraska State Patrol and Adams County Sheriff responded to the incident.

Sgt. Gary Reed with the sheriff’s office told Local4 News that Grabill complied with law enforcement and exited his home when law enforcement arrived on scene.

Grabill is being held at the Adams County Jail.

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