A member of the Omaha City Council, Juanita Johnson, is named as a suspect in an Omaha Police Department domestic violence incident report.

According to the report, Johnson is accused of throwing a $25 glass candle at Kay LeFlore, who tells police she missed him but hit his shop, LeFlore’s Fashions, shattering glass on the building and street. Police say LeFlore told them Johnson is his ex-girlfriend and LeFlore had repeatedly tried to get Johnson to leave the store but she refused, adding they split-up two years ago and Johnson keeps trying to get back together.

According to police, Johnson was not at the scene when they arrived and while they did not make contact with her, they downloaded security camera video.

The Douglas County Attorney’s office, which handles domestic violence cases, tells NCN the video is being reviewed.

NCN reached out to Johnson, a Democrat who was elected last year to the District 2 seat on the city’s north side, she has not responded to our request for comment.

The police report cites the offense as “criminal mischief/non-residence/under $500”, which according to state statute is a misdemeanor and carries a maximum three months in jail and a $500 fine.