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Authorities believe Wayman Clark -- a 22-year-old "teen" -- is one of the youths seen in a viral video attacking a 76-year-old church lady in the vestibule of a church in Omaha, Neb.
Clark's mother was also arrested in connection with the crime. The second assailant is still at large.
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Police arrested a suspect and his mother in the St. Cecilia Cathedral attack Wednesday.
Twenty-two-year-old Wayman Clark was taken into custody soon after the Omaha Police Department announced it had issued an arrest warrant for him. Later, OPD announced that Wayman Clark's mother, Charlean Clark, was arrested for accessory to a felony for harboring a fugitive. Both were arrested at the same time, as both were located in the same vehicle.
Police are still looking for the other suspect seen in surveillance video of the robbery and attack on 76-year-old Lucille Morinelli. The Des Moines woman was visiting the church Sunday.
"To anybody that this happened to, it's bad, but to somebody like her, she is the kindest, gentlest, quietest woman," said Pat Vinson, a friend of Morinelli. "After the gospel they ask, 'Do you have anybody that you want to pray for or help offer this Mass to?' I can guarantee you every morning her name will be mentioned."
OPD said it will release further details about Clark's arrest later Wednesday.
According to the Omaha Police Department, officers with the gang unit recognized Clark from surveillance video of the attack.
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