Payne is charged with felony second-degree assault, following the in-custody death of Zachary Bearheels on June 5.
Payne's attorney, Steve Lefler, has said he is considering filing a motion to ask that a grand jury hear the case and determine whether charges are warranted. Some of the blows came after Bearheels was on the ground and not resisting.
Douglas County Jail officials say Scott Payne surrendered around 5 a.m. Friday. Kleine says the video shows Scotty Payne shocking Bearheels outside an Omaha convenience store a dozen times. Two other officers on the scene Jennifer Strudl and Makyla Mead were placed on administrative leave following Bearheels' death. Another former officer, Ryan McClarty, has been cited with misdemeanor third-degree assault for punching Bearheels 13 times after Bearheels ripped his hand free from a handcuff. The Oklahoma man was also punched and dragged by the officers.
Kleine says there's no evidence that the officers intentionally killed Bearheels.
Police cruiser video shows Payne repeatedly using a stun gun on Bearheels and McClarty repeatedly punching Bearheels in the face.
A judge has set bail at $25,000 for a former Omaha police officer charged with felony assault in the death of a mentally ill man whom he is accused of shocking a dozen times with a stun gun.
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Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine made the announcement Wednesday in the case of two former officers who confronted 29-year-old Zachary Bearheels on June 5 at an Omaha convenience store.
Scotty Payne and Ryan McClarty were fired from the Omaha Police Department this month based on the recommendation of police Chief Todd Schmaderer.
If convicted, Payne faces up to 20 years in prison.
Payne has been charged with second-degree assault in connection with the June 5 in-custody death of Zachary Bearheels.
A prosecutor plans to reveal the findings of an investigation into the death of a mentally ill Nebraska man whom police officers beat, dragged and shocked with a stun gun a dozen times.
While the union said Kleine went too far, several people in the Native American community criticized him for not going far enough, expressing outrage that the officers weren't facing more serious charges.
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