A second suspect in the recent burglary of the Plymouth BrewHouse has turned herself into authorities.
The burglary occurred in the early morning hours of May 30.
Caelee Coyle, 29, turned herself into the Thayer County Sheriff’s Office in Hebron Monday on outstanding warrants in relation to burglaries that took place in Jefferson County.
Coyle is a suspect in burglaries at the BrewHouse, the Field Sports Bar and Grill in Diller and the Steele City Fire Hall.
Caelee was transported to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office in Fairbury, and then to the Saline County Jail in Wilber for holding.
Bond in this matter is set at $15,000. Coyle will be arraigned in Jefferson County Court on Friday. She faces a Class 2A felony burglary charge.
Mathew Koss, 32, is the second suspect in the May burglary of Plymouth BrewHouse. He was arrested on June 2, and was due in Jefferson County court for a hearing Wednesday, but that hearing has been rescheduled to a date still to be determined.
Koss also faces a Class 2A burglary felony charge, along with criminal mischief, which is a misdemeanor.