Updated: Jun 29
Warning: Photos at the end of the story may be graphic to some readers.
On Tuesday, June 27th, at 8:19 p.m., Omaha Fire personnel radioed in an initial dispatch for a teenager who was tossed from a vehicle and suffering critical injuries. Omaha Police were dispatched to an injury accident near Omaha Fire Station 24 located at 2310 Fontenelle Boulevard. Witnesses told Omaha Police officers that there was not an accident but a possible car theft and felony assault. The witnesses stated that a suspect, later identified as Audrice Mumphrey, stole a Green 2014 Chevy Sonic from Jordan Rishon. Jordan attempted to stop Mumphrey from leaving by getting on the hood of the vehicle. Mumphrey then accelerated the vehicle and violently turned it, throwing Jordan from the vehicle and into the street.
A "be on the lookout" or BOLO was broadcast for Jordan's vehicle and it was later spotted by officers near Saddle Creek and Hamilton. Officers attempted a traffic stop in a marked OPD cruiser by utilizing lights/sirens but Mumphrey refused to stop and fled southbound on NW Radial Highway towards Cuming Street. Officers initiated a pursuit while ABLE-1 assisted from the air. The vehicle eventually pulled into a driveway near 33rd and Dodge Street. At that point, Mumphrey was taken into custody without incident.
In a written statement provided to Omaha Scanner, Jordan's mother, Kisha, states that her son, who is only 16-years-old, left the house to look for his dogs around 8:09 p.m. and was located mere minutes later seizing. She says that Jordan and his dogs are now both home and that Jordan is in good spirits despite what occurred to him. She says he has a long road ahead of him but he is ready to get back to work. They state the incident occurred so quickly that Jordan didn't even have time to think after Mumphrey, who lives across the street, carjacked him. They never thought a fellow neighbor would brutally harm Jordan.
The family wants Mumphrey to serve time for what he did and not just get a "slap on the wrist". Kisha says her son is a hard worker who enjoys work, drawing or watching anime. She also stated that Jordan had high anxiety before this incident and after this traumatizing event, can't imagine what this will do to him. She also is very thankful for all the kind thoughts and prayers from everyone.
Mumphrey was charged with 2nd Degree Assault which is a class 2A felony and theft by unlawful taking ($1500 to $5000), a class 4 felony. Mumphrey was also held for a bond review in an unrelated case involving Felony Theft by Receiving. In that unrelated case, Mumphrey is accused of possessing a different stolen vehicle in December of 2022 after Douglas County Sheriff's observed him inside a stolen 2019 Kia Sorento. Deputies observed the vehicle having had the ignition removed and no key was used to start the vehicle. Mumphrey was given bail in the amount $500 or 10% of $5,000. He was ordered to have no contact with that victim.
As of 7 p.m., Mumphrey is being held at Douglas County Corrections and given a bail in the sum of $1,500 or 10% of $15,000. Mumphrey would also be released into the custody of pre-trial release. His next court date is scheduled for August 7th at 9 a.m.
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