Deputies Arrest Two Men In Co-Op Burglary



EMERALD, Neb. -- Two men are in jail, while another is being sought, in a burglary that happened sometime Friday night early Saturday morning at the Co-Op in Emerald.   Lancaster County Chief Deputy Sheriff Jeff Bliemeister says a 1998 Dodge Ram pickup was missing and some motor oil, power tools and grease guns were among the more than $3,100 in items taken from the Co-Op.  However, deputies caught up with 43-year-old David Scott in the 6100 block of West Bennet Road early Saturday morning, where they found keys to the stolen pickup in a truck he was driving.  A few hours later, the stolen pickup was found outside a business near NW 7th and West Cornhusker owned by 41-year-old Chris Wulbern.  Both were arrested for burglary.