Topeka police arrested a burglary suspect after three burglaries overnight. Officers reported to the 700 blocks of Polk and Taylor around 11:00p.m. looking for a suspect responsible for two car burglaries.
That's when officers found the suspect who had also broken into the Bowser-Johnson Funeral Home on SW 6th Ave.
They took Lamont Keeling into custody for the break-ins and for a felony warrant out of Texas. Keeling is being held with no bond. Anyone with more information should call Topeka Crime Stoppers at 234-0007.
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