Currently no arrests have been made as investigators continue to search for the suspect.
They will be attending the annual book and author benefit luncheon.
The restrictions have been in place since March 11.
According to Mayor Buckley this was not the first time Byland made a complaint to the mayor’s office.
The company will create almost 200 jobs.
The company announced Tuesday it plans to expand it’s facility in Plainfield.
A homeowner was alerted by his barking dog and when he went to see what was going on, he saw the suspect in his living room.
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