The Case in Review The Eight Charges Against Alisha Owen - June 22, 1991 - Omaha World-Herald
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June 22, 1991 The Case in Review The Eight Charges Against Alisha Owen; [Sunrise Edition] Omaha World - Herald.Â Omaha, Neb.Â pg.Â 11
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The Alisha Owen Verdict
The eight perjury charges against Alisha Owen allege that she lied when she said under oath to the Douglas County Franklin grand jury that:
Count 1: She met Troy Boner and James Daniel "Danny" King in August 1983, that Danny King took part in several parties at the Twin Towers in the fall of 1983 and that retired World-Herald publisher Harold W. Andersen and former Omaha Police Chief Robert Wadman took part in the parties.
Count 2: She attended her second party at the Twin Towers on either Aug. 26 or Sept. 2, 1983. The party was attended by Andersen, Wadman, former Franklin top executive Lawrence E. King Jr., businessman Alan Baer and others, including some "kids." She had sex with Boner that night.
Count 3: She saw Andersen fondling a young boy, about 12 years old, at the first Twin Towers party. She saw Andersen and a boy named Andy go into a bedroom.
Count 4: Wadman fondled her and had her touch his penis at a Twin Towers party about the second week of September 1983.
Count 5: She had 20 to 25 Wednesday afternoon sexual encounters with Wadman, most of them at a Council Bluffs motel, starting in September 1983 and continuing until September 1984. She said Wadman is the father of her child, now 6.
Count 6: Wadman struck her with his gun and penetrated her vagina with the barrel of his gun in March 1984.
Count 7: Troy Boner and Danny King attended most of the Twin Towers parties from September through December 1983. "Larry the Kid" and Danny King were driving her home from a Twin Towers party in September 1983.
Count 8: Douglas County District Judge Theodore Carlson had her perform oral sex on him in the basement of the French Cafe on a Saturday afternoon in October 1983 while a reception was going on upstairs.