SARPY COUNTY, Nebraska – Another suspect in a 2022 fireworks attack on a Sarpy County family has been convicted.
Jeremy Brown was in Sarpy County District Court Tuesday morning and sentenced to 3-4 years in prison for first-degree assault. Brown will receive minus 61 days for the discounted time.
The attack left two men seriously injured and was caught on a neighbor’s camera. One victim suffered head burns and broken ribs. Another had a broken eye socket.
Brown’s is the latest condemnation of the 4th of July attack. In February, Brittany King was sentenced to prison for her alleged role in the attack. The youngest suspect, Maddix Foss, is still awaiting sentencing, with a date set for April 18.
Three members of the same family were arrested Wednesday morning as suspects in a July 4 fireworks attack that left several with burns and two people with serious injuries. Jeremy Brown, 40, left, and Maddix Keith Foss, 18, were each charged with one count of first-degree assault. Foss’ mother, Brittany King, 37, was arrested on charges of second-degree assault and using a weapon to commit a felony. (Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office)