Court documents: Suspects admit to breaking into business, lighting boxcar on fire

Kaleb Henry (left),  Jack Cooper III (right)
Kaleb Henry (left), Jack Cooper III (right)

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – Two men appeared in court in connection with a weekend burglary and box car fire.

Kaleb Henry and Jack Cooper III both face multiple charges including burglary and arson.

On Saturday night Terre Haute Police were called to Columbia Home Products for a burglary. According to court documents, Henry and Cooper III admitted to entering the building through an un-locked door.

They told officers they went into the business to take items. The two could only found pots and pans, so they left.

Police then noticed a near-by box car on fire. Police say Henry admitted to setting it on fire with a cigarette lighter.

Henry and Cooper III both remain in the Vigo County Jail on $25,000 bond.