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Deputies arrest women who arranged for 2 men to hit motorcyclist

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Suprina Matheny. Source: Muhlenberg County Detention Center Suprina Matheny. Source: Muhlenberg County Detention Center
Bryan Case. Source: Muhlenberg County Detention Center Bryan Case. Source: Muhlenberg County Detention Center
MUHLENBERG CO., KY (WFIE) -

Muhlenberg County Sheriff's Deputies tell 14 News they have arrested the woman who arranged for two men to hit a motorcyclist.   

Sheriff's deputies say 37-year-old Suprina H. Matheny of Sacramento, turned herself in. They believe she arranged for two men, Bryan Case and Craig Tabor, to hit another man while he was riding on his motorcycle.

The motorcyclist was Truman B. Burden. He was hit while traveling highway 181 near Bremen in August.  

Deputies arrested Case last week, and on Thursday, arrested Tabor. Both are charged with complicity to commit first degree assault. 

In August, Suprina Matheny was arrested on charges of trafficking marijuana. She posted bond that day, and was indicted on trafficking charges the next day.  

Then in early September, law enforcement searched her home and seized several items, including a camper, two boats, several vehicles and four 4-wheelers.  

At that time, authorities say their investigation was far from over.  

14 News will follow this story and keep you updated.

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