Self-Storage Thief Gets Prison Term in Hammond, Ind.

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A man who pleaded guilty to burglarizing several self-storage units at Meier's Self Storage and committing other theft in Hammond, Ind., was sentenced to 12 and a half years in prison. Lloyd Dyvale Taylor III, 37, also admitted to stealing license plates, keys and titles from vehicles in a car lot and stealing items from a local gas station.
 
Taylor pleaded guilty to burglary and three counts of theft in August when he was apprehended by police on suspicion of breaking into cars. The car he was driving had a false Indiana license plate, and he was arrested. It was later found that he and his wife had other vehicles with fictitious plates.
 
After getting a search warrant for Taylor’s home in Hammond, police found numerous items that had been reported stolen from storage units.

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