Tecumseh Woman Suspected Of Arson At Tecumseh Poultry

TECUMSEH, Neb. (AP) – State Fire Marshal Investigators arrested a woman Thursday in connection with an April 5 structure fire at Tecumseh Poultry on 730 Road.

The State Fire Marshal’s office says in a news release late Friday that it and the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office investigated the cause of the fire, leading to the arrest of 52-year-old Kimberly Bohling of Tecumseh.

She faces charges of second-degree arson, criminal mischief and burglary.

Officials say the fire remains under investigation.

Anyone with information relevant to the case in encouraged to call the arson tip-line at 888-WY-ARSON (888-992-7766).