UPDATE | Man accused of breaking into more than 3 dozen Taco Bells a prime suspect in Ripley, W.Va.
A man arrested in the region earlier this month in connection with Taco Bell break-ins in Lexington, Kentucky, is a prime suspect from a similar break-in in our region.
The Ripley police chief says Joshua Logue, 29, is number one on their list for the Taco Bell break-in that happened in his city.
Logue is linked to break-ins at more than three dozen Taco Bell locations across Ohio and West Virginia.
In Lexington, Logue is charged in connection with incidents that happened Aug. 6.
He was arrested in Columbus, Ohio.
We have learned that Logue is a former Taco Bell employee and familiar with the fast food chain's operations. Lexington Police say surveillance video shows Logue in the same clothing and car during several of the burglaries.
In the incident in Ripley, Logue got away with some cash. It was a similar story in the Lexington break-ins -- he took cash from the register at all five locations.
Lexington police have announced the arrest of a man accused of breaking into five Taco Bell locations in the city.
Police in Columbus, Ohio, arrested Joshua Logue, 29, earlier in September. This comes after he was accused of breaking into the Lexington fast food locations in the early morning hours of Aug. 6.
Logue is a former Taco Bell employee. He is also linked to break-ins at more than three dozen Taco Bell locations across Ohio and West Virginia.
Lexington police have warrants for multiple counts of burglary and criminal mischief in connection to the five break-ins.
Logue is currently in the Franklin County, Ohio Corrections Center.