Joseph Jones Nebraska Obituary, Omaha Target Shooter ID’d As 32-Year-Old Man

Joseph Jones Obituary, Death – OMAHA, Nebraska – The Omaha Police Department on Wednesday released the name of the man who was shot and killed inside a Target store in west Omaha. The shooting happened the previous day. The weapon used in the incident was purchased by Joseph Jones, 32, of Omaha at Cabela’s four days prior to him entering the Target store on Tuesday at 180th Street and West Center Road with it.

According to a news statement from the Omaha Police Department. Officer Brian Vanderheiden, who had been with the Omaha Police Department for the preceding 20 years, was the one who discharged the pistol during the incident that led to Jones’s death. He has been placed on paid administrative leave in accordance with the department’s regulations, as stated in the announcement, and in compliance with department legislation.

The customers who had to flee the gunshot site on Tuesday were given permission by the authorities to return there briefly on Wednesday afternoon to recover their personal goods. The outcome of the incident investigation is still pending. According to a tweet from the Oklahoma City Police Department, the commercial establishment at 180th Street and West Center Road will only be accessible for this reason and won’t be open to the general public for the purpose of shopping.

The company is probably going to stay closed while the unfortunate occurrence that happened on Tuesday and ended in the shooter’s death is being investigated. The investigation revealed that the victim had passed away. After discovering that shots had been fired inside the institution, Omaha Police Department officers were summoned to the Target store at 180th Street and West Center Road at 11:59 a.m. Just after noon, there appeared to be a considerable number of police officers from several law enforcement agencies at the location.