Two men arrested for terroristic threats after reporting shooting incident

LINCOLN, Neb. -- Police say two Lincoln men were arrested for terroristic threats.

Two suspects were taken into custody just after midnight on Thursday, according to Lincoln Police.

46-year-old Michael Nunn and 26-year-old Charles Pate called the police Thursday night saying they were shot in an alley.

They told officers they were picking someone up and thought they were being targeted. They also said they would take care of the problem themselves.

Just after midnight, Nunn called the police and told them he and Pate were chasing a car they believed shot at them.

They were later stopped by officers, who found a gun in the car. Nunn and Pate were arrested for terroristic threats.