LSUPD: UREC, sorority bandit arrested
BATON ROUGE - LSU Police arrested a man Monday in connection to a series of thefts on the university campus.
LSU PD said 25-year-old Timothy Cole stole several credit cards and electronics from the campus recreation center and the Delta Gamma Sorority house in January.
Police said surveillance cameras caught a woman at CVS using a credit card taken in those thefts. Investigators said they linked Kendall McCullar to a similar case involving Cole and identified her car. McCullar turned herself into police Friday, and investigators said they found Cole sleeping in her vehicle thanks to an anonymous tip.
During the search of the vehicle detectives said they found two syringes, one containing liquid they believed to be heroin.
Police charged Cole with four counts of burglary, two counts of felony theft and heroin possession.
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