Second suspect of burglary turns himself in

The second suspect in the burglary attempt on Finally Tammy’s turned himself in at about 1 p.m. Sunday to authorities at Callaway County Jail, Fulton police reported.


Derek B. Marsh

Caleb M. Klick, 17 of Fulton, is being held on suspicion of first degree burglary and first degree property damage. Bond was set at $10,000.

“He knew that we were looking for him,” said Major Roger Rice, of the Fulton Police Department, “so he went ahead and turned himself in.”


Caleb M. Klick

According to authorities at Callaway County Jail, both Klick and Derek B. Marsh were still being detained at the jail as of Monday. Marsh was apprehended by Fulton police on Friday after he and Klick were reportedly trying to break into the restaurant located on Court Street in Fulton.

Marsh, 18 of Fulton, has been charged with first degree burglary and possession of burglary tools, and his bond was set at $29,500.

Tammy Manion, owner of Finally Tammy’s, said some family members and employees were having a New Year’s Eve party at the restaurant when they heard glass break at the back door. She said her husband, Jeff, chased the suspects, but they got away.

According to Fulton police, Marsh was found a little while later hiding in a closet at a residence on Pioneer Drive. The burglary attempt happened around 9 p.m. Friday.


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