Former Nebraska Baseball Star Arrested for Attempted Murder of Pregnant Woman

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Ex-Nebras­ka base­ball play­er Cole Klemke (27) faces attempt­ed mur­der charges after alleged­ly stab­bing a preg­nant woman at a San Diego dri­ve-through ATM. This comes just weeks after Klemke’s arrest and release for a report­ed carjacking.

The 25-year-old vic­tim sus­tained three stab wounds but brave­ly fought back with wit­ness assis­tance. Though the attack nar­row­ly missed her carotid artery, doc­tors empha­sized the severity.

Iden­ti­fied through sur­veil­lance and wit­ness accounts, Klemke has a his­to­ry of arrests includ­ing meth pos­ses­sion, car­jack­ing (charges dropped due to insuf­fi­cient evi­dence), resist­ing arrest, and switch­blade possession.

The for­mer No. 215 short­stop prospect is sched­uled for arraign­ment on Thurs­day. This case rais­es con­cerns about poten­tial­ly lenient han­dling of past offenses.

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