LANCASTER COUNTY, Neb. — An Osceola man facing charges for allegedly shooting at Hastings Police now faces a new charge of assaulting a corrections officer.
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Anthony Mattison, 34, is charged in Lancaster County Court with second-degree assault.
Court records do not have an affidavit detailing the case. However, a complaint outlining the charge says Mattison “unlawfully struck or wounded” a sergeant while confined at the Lincoln Correctional Facility.
Mattison is currently being held at the Reception and Treatment Center where he had been ordered to undergo a competency evaluation.
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He faces multiple charges, including second-degree murder, following a September 2022 shooting in which two Hastings Police officers fired their weapons.
Mattison is scheduled to be arraigned on the new charge on June 7.