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Man charged with stealing female doll, compact discs

A 22-year-old man was arrested June 16 by the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department after he was suspected of stealing several items from two adult bookstores and Big Louie's Complex in Pulaski County.

The man, who was not identified by Pulaski County Sheriff J.B. King pending filing of charges, is suspected of stealing a life-size plastic female doll, worth about $650, from Big Louie's, and also compact discs last weekend from the Lion's Den bookstore in Big Louie's complex.

The man, who is not from Pulaski County, is also suspected of stealing several DVDs from the Lion's Den bookstore in Buckhorn at 8:50 a.m. June 16.

The suspect was observed heading east on Interstate 44 in a green Dodge Dakota after leaving the bookstore. A Pulaski County Sheriff's deputy, driving west on Interstate 44 from Highway 28, met the suspect's vehicle, but had trouble crossing over the interstate due to heavy traffic.

King was behind the deputy, and he pulled off onto Highway 28 and located the suspect's vehicle at Big Louie's, where he arrested the suspect around 9 a.m.

At press time Thursday afternoon, the sheriff's department was still looking for the stolen items, and the suspect was still in custody. King said his department has an idea where the items are, and is taking steps to recover them.

King said that the box that held the life-size doll was found at the 163-mile marker on Interstate 44 later in the day. The doll was not in the box.

King said the total worth of the stolen items puts the offenses in the felony category.


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