Trial set for Hastings teen accused of assaulting police
Already facing charges in Clay County connected to Sandy Creek threat
HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) - An August 14 trial is set for 18-year-old Connor Black-Lintz, accused of kicking and spitting on a state trooper and kicking and headbutting a Hastings police officer.
This happened while officers were in the process of arresting Black-Lintz for making a threat against Sandy Creek schools April 4. Black-Lintz is charged with felony third degree assault on a police officer and misdemeanor resisting arrest, third degree assault and assault with a bodily fluid.
Adams County Court records indicate Law enforcement officers approached Black-Lintz at his Hastings home after the threat at the Sandy Creek school and Black-Lintz resisted officer’s attempts to handcuff him. After he was handcuffed, Black-Lintz is accused of hitting, kicking and spitting on a state trooper. He also allegedly head-butted a Hastings police officer and allegedly threatened to kill the officers and shoot them and their vehicles.
Black-Lintz is also charged in Clay County with terroristic threats. He’s accused of sending a threatening message on social media which prompted Sandy Creek Schools to go into lockdown April 4. A hearing on that case is scheduled in Clay County June 13.
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