AP: Prosecutors: Man stole 22 firearms from Kansas store


Darrin Taylor (Photo courtesy: Kansas Department of Corrections)

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Federal prosecutors say a 54-year-old man made holes in drywall to enter an Overland Park pawn shop and steal 22 firearms.

U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister said in a news release that Darrin Taylor, who was homeless, was indicted Wednesday on one count of theft from a federally licensed firearms dealer. The weapons were taken in September from the Penguin Pawn & Gun shop in Overland Park.

Charging documents say employees reported the thief entered a business next door through a shattered glass window and then made several holes in the drywall between the businesses to get into the pawn shop.


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