(A)   A person commits the offense of obstructing a peace officer when, by using or threatening to use violence, force, physical interference, or obstacle, he or she intentionally obstructs, impairs, or hinders:
      (1)   The enforcement of the penal law or the preservation of the peace by a peace officer or judge acting under color of his or her official authority; or
      (2)   A police animal assisting a peace officer acting pursuant to the peace officer’s official authority.
   (B)   For purposes of this section, POLICE ANIMAL means a horse or dog owned or controlled by the state or any county, city, or village for the purpose of assisting a peace officer acting pursuant to his or her official authority.
(Neb. RS 28-906)  Penalty, see § 10.99