HPD looking for brother of suspect in E street assault case

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HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) - Police are looking for the brother of the suspect in a July 16th assault in Hastings.

Dustin Snyder, 20, of Hastings, faces four counts of felony second degree assault and one weapons charge in connection with the early Sunday morning assault on E street in Hastings. Dustin Snyder will be in court next week.

Hastings police told NBC Nebraska they are also looking for Dustin's brother, Anthony Snyder, 22. A warrant for his arrest also lists four counts of assault and a weapons charge. Police believe Anthony Snyder may have left the state.

Five people were injured in the assault, three adults and two juveniles, including a teenage boy who suffered a head wound which required 16 staples to close.