LSU Police make arrest after tip in card theft
BATON ROUGE - Police at LSU said they arrested a Baton Rouge man this week after receiving tips that he was the one who broke into a vehicle on campus and stole a debit card.
LSU Police charged Randall Davis, 28, with simple burglary and unauthorized use of an access card after his arrest Monday.
Investigators said on Aug. 20 around 9:20 p.m. they were told someone broke into a vehicle at the University Recreational Center and stole a debit card. Police said the card was later used at a convenience store north of campus.
LSU Police distributed images from the store's surveillance camera to the public, and investigators said a tip helped them identify and find Davis. Detectives questioned him on Sept. 8, and said he admitted to stealing the card and using it.
LSU Police booked Davis into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison.
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