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Lonoke County man arrested for breaking and entering

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LONOKE (KATV) - A Lonoke County man was arrested Friday, accused of breaking and entering at a Lonoke business.

Joshua Raines Taylor of Furlow allegedly stole tools from a business on Highway 294. Investigators say they found the tools in the 26-year-old's home.

He is charged with breaking and entering as well as theft of property.

NOTE: Taylor's mugshot shows him wearing a sling. Sheriff's deputies did not detail where he got the injury other than to say it did not happen during his arrest or while in their custody.

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