Community Corrections Walkaway is a Suspect in Recent Crime

Community Corrections Walkaway is a Suspect in Recent Crime


CONTACT Dawn-Renee Smith, Communications Director

OFFICE 402-479-5713 |

September 15, 2017 (Omaha, Neb.) – Nicholas Hupp, inmate 66562, walked away from the Community Corrections Center – Omaha (CCC-O) on September 13, 2017.  Hupp is a suspect in a recent crime in Omaha.

Hupp (30) is a white male with black hair, brown eyes. He is 6 ft. tall and approximately 200 pounds; see attached photo. Call Omaha Police Department at 402-444-5656 if you have any information on his whereabouts.

Hupp is serving a 22 years 8 months to 39 years 6 months for three counts of theft by receiving; two counts of possession of methamphetamine; two counts of delivery of methamphetamine; two counts operate a motor vehicle to avoid arrest; criminal mischief and obstructing a police officer. Convictions are from Douglas and Sarpy counties.

Hupp is classified to community custody and is on work release status. While being searched at CCC-O, Hupp ran out of the facility and left the premises. The Omaha Police Department was immediately notified.

Hupp began serving his sentence in 2007 and was paroled in 2012. While on parole he received additional charges (included above). He was eligible for parole, based on his additional charges, July 19, 2017, and has a parole hearing scheduled for November 2017, which makes him eligible for work release status.


Editor’s Note: The Community Corrections Center – Omaha is community custody facility. Inmates assigned to this facility must be within three years of their tentative release date OR parole hearing. They are initially assigned to “work detail,” which involves job assignments in the community with supervision. Within a year of tentative release OR parole hearing date, inmates may be assigned to “work release,” which involves a job in the community where the individual leaves the center, is unsupervised in the community and returns to the center.