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      Neb. Man Reaches Plea Deal In Gun Case

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      A central Nebraska man reaches a plea deal after being accused of firing a gun and then feeling the scene.

      William Price has already paid nearly $8,800 to cover the cost of S.W.A.T. unit and helicopter deployments to his home south of Lincoln.

      Deputies were sent to investigate a report of over 20 shots fired.

      Price pleaded no contest to misdemeanor domestic assault and two counts of disturbing the peace.

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