Man arrested in connection to 16 business burglaries in Baton Rouge
BATON ROUGE - A man connected to 16 burglaries throughout Baton Rouge has been arrested, according to the Baton Rouge Police Department.
Detectives arrested Anthony Knighten, 33, for his alleged involvement in the burglaries. Police said the burglaries occurred during May and June of this year.
Knighten was linked to burglaries at several businesses:
KFC/ Taco Bell, 6895 Airline Hwy (3 counts)
Popeye’s, 5946 Airline Hwy.
Taco Bell, 3907 Hollywood
Raising Cane’s, 5020 Government
Subway, 5248 Corporate
Taco Bell, 9798 Greenwell Springs
Sonic, 8223 Airline Hwy
Jimmy John’s, 8190 Jefferson Hwy.
Custom Linens, 8210 Jefferson Hwy.
Craven Crawdads, 2510 S Sherwood Forest
Sonic, 1801 S Sherwood Forest
Subway, 9462 Florida Blvd.
Baskin Robins, 7529 Jefferson Hwy.
McDonalds, 8009 Florida Blvd.
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