Cops: Teen Sniper Suspected of Shooting Nebraska Woman at Drive-Through

The suspect in the fatal Nebraska shooting of a woman outside a restaurant is a South Dakota native.

Police say Brittany Williams, 21, was shot in the head Sunday night with a high-powered rifle from 100 feet away as she sat in her car in the drive-through lane of a fast-food restaurant, police said.

Kyle Bormann, 19, of Omaha was arrested on suspicion of criminal homicide and use of a gun to commit a felony.

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He attended high school in Dell Rapids but transferred during his senior year and graduated in 2006 from Wessington Springs.

Some Dell Rapids residents who knew Bormann were surprised to hear about his arrest. They say he was quiet kid and a good student.

Omaha police said investigators have found nothing to indicate that Bormann knew Williams.

Bormann was arrested at the scene Sunday night shortly after the shooting when police say he drove his car through crime tape at the shooting scene and ran away with a rifle on foot. He was arrested after a brief chase, reports.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.