Alias Reed : “Bloomfield Bowling Alley Murders: Intent to Kill”

In a heartbreaking incident that shook the community of Bloomfield, Nebraska, court documents have shed light on the tragic murders of two individuals at a local bowling alley. The accused, 25-year-old Alias Reed, is facing serious charges of two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of using a firearm to commit a felony in connection with the deaths of 77-year-old Curtis Strom and 49-year-old William Reffett.

The chilling details revealed in the court documents paint a grim picture of the events that unfolded on that fateful day. According to a Nebraska State Patrol investigator, Reed allegedly walked into Curt’s Lanes & Dining with a concealed shotgun, with the intention of carrying out the heinous act. Reed reportedly threatened Reffett before fatally shooting him and then turning the gun on Strom.

The investigator’s account of the incident further reveals that Reed admitted to authorities that he had planned to rob the victims after the murders. He callously took money from a wallet and the register before leaving the scene of the crime. The shocking nature of the crime was compounded by the involvement of Reed’s significant other, 27-year-old Kaylyne Sweazy, who has been charged with tampering with physical evidence for her role in disposing of the murder weapon.

Following the tragic events, Reed and Sweazy were swiftly apprehended and taken into custody, with their arraignment hearings scheduled for March 7. While Sweazy’s bond has been set at $100,000, Reed has been denied bond due to the gravity of the charges against him.

The tight-knit community of Bloomfield is reeling from the senseless loss of two lives and the shocking nature of the crimes committed. As the investigation unfolds, the residents of this quiet town are left grappling with the harsh reality of violence that has shattered their peace.

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