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Man arrested in local storage break-in

Daryel Simmons (Source: Jonesboro Police Dept.) Daryel Simmons (Source: Jonesboro Police Dept.)
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - Jonesboro police arrested a man accused of breaking into the A Plus Mini Storage facility in August.

According to the Jonesboro Police Department, Daryel Simmons Jr., 28, of Paragould, was charged with breaking or entering/theft of property greater than $5,000 less than $25,000.

Simmons' bond was set at $75,000 and he is expected to be in court for plea and arraignment on October 30.

The break-in happened sometime between August 11 and 18.

Owner Sid Pickle said there are a few things renters can do to help protect their items.

“I would suggest a good high quality lock," Pickle said. "The roundest locks are the hardest to cut. The small ones are real easy and quick.”

Pickle said the units that were broken into appear to have had the smaller locks.

He also recommends you get renter's insurance for such things theft and flood. 

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