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Bradley A. Clark
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April M. Crowley

Bradley A. Clark was charged with a series of crimes after a Lincoln County sheriff’s deputy stopped the car he was riding in around midnight Monday.

Clark was riding in a car driven by April Crowley, along with Crowley’s six-year-old daughter. They were on their way from North Platte to Sutherland, according to a Lincoln County sheriff’s report.

Clark was already wanted for questioning in two criminal mischief complaints – trying to twice break into a house in Sutherland and also damaging a vehicle in North Platte.

According to the sheriff’s report, when stopped, Clark admitted that he and Crowley were under the influence of meth, and preliminary urine tests confirmed it.

As the deputy talked to the couple, Crowley said Clark bit her on the upper arm to keep her from talking about one of the criminal mischief charges, earning Clark a domestic assault charge.

The couple was also charged with child abuse because the six-year-old was with them in dangerous circumstances. 

Adding to Clark’s problems, he was out of prison on parole, so the charges equate to a parole violation if he is convicted.

In 2013-14, Clark served a year plus two weeks out of 2½ - 5 year sentence in the state penitentiary for burglary. He was released on parole on May 22, according to the Nebraska department of corrections.  

That was Clark’s second stint in the state pen. He was previously in prison from June 2010 to December 2011, also for burglary, two counts.

This time, he is held in jail without bond. 

After the midnight traffic stop and questioning, Crowley was charged with driving under the influence of drugs as well as child neglect. She was booked and released on a personal recognizance bond.


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The North Platte Bulletin - Published 8/26/2014
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