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Alias Reed and Kaylyne Sweazy arrested for the murder of Curtis Strom and William Reffert in Bloomfield



Update: Authorities have named two suspects linked to a shooting incident in Bloomfield and have disclosed the identities of the victims involved. Initial inquiries have pointed to Alias Reed, aged 25 and hailing from Bloomfield, as the primary suspect.

Reed was apprehended and faces two charges of first-degree murder, after which he was placed in Knock County Jail.

Shortly after the report of a shooting at Curt’s Lane and Dining around 9:30 a.m., law enforcement discovered Reed at his residence. Inside the premises, two deceased men were found.

Reed’s girlfriend, 27-year-old Kaylyne Sweazy, has been taken into custody for allegedly tampering with evidence and is currently being held in Antelope County Jail.

Investigators suspect that a confrontation between Reed and the individuals led to the shooting incident at the bowling alley.

Further investigation is ongoing, and the victims have been identified as 77-year-old Curtis Strom and 49-year-old William Reffert.

Original Report:

An investigation is currently underway for a double homicide that occurred early Tuesday morning in Bloomfield, Nebraska.

The Nebraska State Patrol (NSP), along with assistance from the Knox County Sheriff’s Office and Bloomfield Police Department, is leading the investigation.

Details regarding the deceased are being withheld at this time to allow officials to notify the families.

As part of the ongoing investigation, multiple persons of interest have been detained. NSP has stated that there is no perceived risk to the public.

Crime scene investigators from NSP are present at the scene, and troopers have been deployed throughout the town to ensure community safety.