UNL Student in Jail After Assaulting Police

By: 10/11 News Email
By: 10/11 News Email

A UNL student is in jail for assaulting an officer.

Around 1:30 a.m. Saturday, University of Nebraska Police contacted 20-year-old Adam Biodrowski near the International Affairs Building on Lincoln's main campus.

Sergeant Casey Ricketts said Biodrowski was covered in blood and in an unknown emotional state. Sergeant Ricketts says that Biodrowski soon became aggressive and combative with the officer.

According to police reports, Biodrowski a UNL Student, assaulted one police officer and resisted arrest during the altercation. He was taken into custody following the struggle.

Biodrowski was treated and released for a bloody nose and injury police say he had prior to being contacted by the arresting officer.

Biodrowski was transported to corrections where he was lodged for 3rd degree-assault of a Peace Officer.

He was also cited for Obstructing a Peace Officer, and Resisting Arrest.

The injuries to the officer were minor and he continued working his shift.

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