Five months ago Tuesday the Sac Federal Credit Union branch in Plattsmouth was robbed at gunpoint by two people as a clerk reported for work before 7am. One person has been convicted and two more are charged in connection with the crime but the charge in all three cases is felony possession of money stolen in the robbery. No one has been charged with the robbery.
The Cassgram interviewed the Chief “We’ve exhausted all leads,” said Plattsmouth Police Chief Steve Rathman, “We’re at a standstill.” He said all the evidence the police department and FBI has collected has been forwarded to the county attorney.
That evidence led to the filing of possession of stolen money charges against three individuals from Plattsmouth:
-21-year-old Caleb M. Searcy is now serving a four year to eight year sentence in the Nebraska Department of Corrections. He admitted to possessing the stolen money and pled guilty. His plea was not part of any type of plea agreement. (Archives 4/2/13)
-31-year-old Brandi L. Coen’s trial date is June 4th.
-29-year-old Gabriel L. Coen’s trial date is August 6th.
With the Coen trial dates approaching, Rathman said investigators will be interested to see if any new information develops.
An early morning robbery occurred March 28th at a Sac Federal Credit Union branch in Bellevue. Rathman said he immediately offered the Bellevue Police Department and the FBI any help his department could provide but to this point there is not any evidence to link the two robberies.