Arrest in connection to pawn shop burglary nets LSU’s Tyler Taylor indefinite suspension

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By John Taylor | NBC Sports

Just as the “Days Without An Arrest” ticker was edging ever so close to double digits, it’s time yet again to reset it to double zeroes.

The Baton Rouge Advocate reported Wednesday night that LSU linebacker Tyler Taylor was arrested in late May in connection to the burglary of a Georgia pawn shop in early January.  Taylor, who is alleged to have been the getaway driver in the botched caper, is facing charges of conspiracy to commit a crime, party to a crime and theft by receiving stolen property.

All three of those charges, when/if they are officially filed, would be considered felonies.  The Advocate wrote that “Taylor has not yet been charged by the district attorney’s office and a court date has not been set.”

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