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Rural Lyons Woman Had Filed For Protection Order

Rural Lyons Woman Had Filed For Protection Order

At last report, 34-year-old Megan Cameron remained in critical condition following a shooting at her rural Lyons home.

 

 

The Burt County Sheriff’s Office reports receiving a call just before 10 p.m. Wednesday night and when they responded they found the residence had been forcibly entered and Cameron was critically injured from multiple gunshot wounds.

 

 

According to the sheriff’s news release, the alleged assailant 36-year-old Judd Bogseth was found dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound.
According to a  story by Siouxland News,  Cameron had filed for a protection order against Bogseth in March of 2016 and again in December of 2017, just ahead of his expected release from Prison. Bogseth was released from prison on January 25, 2018 after serving time for domestic assault, violating the 2016 protection order, and DUI.

In the December 8, 2017 protection order petition Cameron writes,

 

“He did not leave me alone prior to going to prison even with a protection order. However, I feel I need to have one for my safety”. Cameron goes on to say, ” I am doing everything I can to protect myself. I have not had any contact with Judd Bogseth but he cannot be trusted to follow probation orders or leave me alone. His prior history indicates that.

 

Siouxland News goes on to report that court records in Nebraska show at least two other women had received protection orders against him dating back to 2005.

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