Shank Gets Minimum 4 Years for Weapon, Drug Charges

Shank Gets Minimum 4 Years for Weapon, Drug Charges
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COLUMBUS – A Columbus man was sentenced to several years in prison for drug and weapon charges in Platte County.

Roman Shank, 28, was sentenced to a minimum of 4 years in jail, and a maximum of 6 years for possession with intent to deliver meth, and illegally possessing brass knuckles, says court records. Records say Shank was given credit for 48 days previously served.

Shank, and his roommate Angela Dohmen, were arrested in 2017 after state troopers raided their residence, says court records.

READ THE ORIGINAL ARREST STORY BELOW.

COLUMBUS – A Columbus man and woman were arrested after a NSP raid on Wednesday, that discovered meth and suspected LSD.

An arrest affidavit says, Nebraska State Patrol served a search warrant at 2513 1/2 21st Street on Wednesday at approximately 1:00 p.m. During the search warrant, NSP state that they found, meth, suspected LSD, brass knuckles, as well as numerous items of drug paraphernalia, and items consistently used for distributing drugs to multiple people.

NSP say in the affidavit, that they also found a phone, which contained text messages setting up possible drug transactions.

The two who lived at the residence, convicted felon Roman Shank, 27, and Angela Dohmen, 21, were arrested on multiple charges.

Shank was arrested for possession of meth with intent to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a deadly weapon by a prohibited person, says court records.

Dohmen was arrested for possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia, says court records.

Both are scheduled to make appearances in court on November 8th at 10:30 a.m.

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