Aiken man arrested in several commercial burglaries
AIKEN, SC - On 06/23/2013 Quinton Taylor (22) of Aiken, SC was arrested and charged with six (6) counts of Burglary 2nd Degree. Mr. Taylor is accused of forcibly entering several businesses along York Street and University
On 06/23/2013 at 5:01AM, ADPS received a burglar alarm call at Little China restaurant on York Street. Upon arrival of officers it was observed the window to the front of the business had been busted. It was also noted the windows to the front of the Nail Art Salon and Approved Cash Payday Loans were also busted.
Officers began to patrol the area, and located a busted window at the Breakers Convenience store on University Parkway. When officers located the window they observed a male subject behind the counter. The subject was taken into custody without incident. Officers also observed the window to The Lemonade Stand on University Parkway had also been busted.
Officers continued patrol in the area and located a busted window at Automotive Service & Machine Shop on York Street. The backdoor to the adjacent business, Steven's Monuments, had also been forced open.
At each of the previous burglaries prior to his arrest; a quantity of money and surveillance equipment had been taken from the business. Once the subject was arrested officers were able to recover the items which had been taken.
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