Authorities have released the names of four people sought on local and federal charges as part of an anti-gang sweep.
Warrants were issued for Kenneth Reed, 25; Charles Toles, 24; Veronica Ray, 26; and Clarence “J.R.” Dennis, 28.
The latest charged in the investigation known as Operation Wipe It Down are accused of firearms trafficking, illegal possession of firearms and drug trafficking, among other charges.
The nearly 10-month investigation has targeted Omaha gang members and their associates.
In September, 18 men and women were arrested in what Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer had called the first phase of the operation.
The second phase resulted in eight arrests last week; 12 were targeted.
The chief has said some of the people arrested or sought are suspected of being involved in some of the city's recent shootings.
Authorities said the arrests have now taken a total of 62 guns off the streets and led to the seizure of about 1½ pounds of marijuana and about 310 grams of crack cocaine.
The 12 people charged in the second phase have a combined 21 felony and 31 misdemeanor convictions and 69 previous arrests.