OMAHA (KPTM)- Police announced Tuesday six arrests, in two recent murders.
16-year-old Montrell Wisemen was shot and killed early Sunday near 21st and Binney.
Tuesday, police announced they arrested three people in connection with his death; Adam Gamble, Joshua Vanackeren, and Matthew Sancouci.
All three are facing first-degree murder charges.
It was a deadly weekend in Omaha.. Shootings, all in the North Omaha community, prompted a police press conference Tuesday. "To address the recent rash of gun violence in our city," said Police Chief, Todd Schmaderer.
Currently, there have been 32 homicides in 2012.
"99.9 percent of our community is law abiding citizens who do what we're supposed to do," said Schmaderer.
Police have a message for that point-one percent. "You are at the mercy of the tenacious investigators that have pushed for these arrests here today."
Their proof, three people behind bars in connection with the murder of 16-year-old Montrell Wiseman.
"Several murders unsolved, we're so fortunate in our case that the vehicle actually broke down at the scene of the crime," said Wiseman's father, Arthur Plunkett.
Wiseman's parents stood outside the police station Tuesday, asking for the spiraling violence, to stop. "He wasn't gang member, let's not turn this into a gang thing. Let's not turn this into retaliation," said Plunkett. "Let the courts handle it. If you want justice… show up at these court dates."
Justice, Plunkett said, cannot be served on the streets.
Police are still looking for two more people in connection with this murder.
They need your help locating Francis Cayou and Angelo Tolbert-the accused shooter.
Police said, if you see them, do not approach them, and immediately call 911.
Bond was set for both Vanackeren and Sancouci Tuesday.
Vanackeren's bond was $750,000 and Sancouci's bond was $500, 000.
Sancouci will have a preliminary hearing at the end of November.
Gamble is expected to be in jail court Wednesday morning.