Matt Stamey-USA TODAY Sports
The Advocate is reporting that LSU linebacker Tyler Taylor has been suspended indefinitely after coaches found out on Wednesday that he was arrested this offseason.

Taylor, a sophomore from Buford, Ga., was arrested for allegedly serving as the getaway driver in the burglary of a Georgia pawn shop back on Jan. 8. The LSU linebacker was eventually arrested for the crime on May 31.
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An incident report by the Cumming Police Department said that on the early morning of Jan. 8, three men and a juvenile broke into a pawn shop in Cumming, Georgia, stole several firearms and fled the scene in a vehicle driven by Taylor.

The report said a Cumming police officer obtained arrest warrants May 27 for Taylor, 19, for conspiracy to commit a crime, party to a crime and theft by receiving stolen property.

On May 31, Taylor was booked into a local jail, and nearly five hours later he posted bond for the total sum of $33,550, according to the booking report from the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office.
All three of the crimes that Taylor was arrested for were classified as felonies, according to report.

Taylor played in all 13 games during his freshman season last year and started in five of those game. He recorded 32 total tackles and 1.5 sacks.

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58 Comments
Always a few knuckle heads that put a negative twist on the preseason. Will these young guys ever learn? Frick
Reply4 months
Maybe he was driving his car and two or three other people just said stop here and didn't tell him what they had planned.... This kind of shirte happens a lot with people who have no car or have a suspended license..... 99 % of the time a car is first stolen before the robbery
Reply4 months
I wonder if he will be suspended for two years
Reply4 months
It was a mistake made by a young man. Can we have a team vote to see if he should be given a second chance?
Reply4 months
If he did this and tried to hide it from the team then hell no he doesn't deserve another chance. Go to a JC and work your was off in the classroom and in the community and maybe then he can get considered to rejoin the team. Even then, it wouldn't be a sure thing. That's just my opinion.
4 months
WTF?! C’mon guys. Keep your shite together
Reply4 months
What a shame. He's a very good football player and had the potential to achieve great things if he stayed out of trouble and worked hard. Starting at LB at LSU as a freshman on a good SEC defense is VERY impressive. Has one of the best LB coaches in the country if not the best. He had such a great opportunity, and If he committed the crime, it shows a lack of discipline that is self-destructive. I can only hope he learns a very difficult lesson from this, and he improves himself after the consequences are realized.
Reply4 months
Old
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A lot of casualties
Reply4 months
Why doesnt he just report the vehicle stolen? cmon man
Reply4 months
never go full retard, everyone knows that
Reply4 months
At least he can put his getaway driving skills to use when he's driving the Gus Bus next season.
Reply4 months
Come on man...You had an opportunity people would kill for and you frick it up with this shite...Open your eyes son
Reply4 months
Dumb ass
Reply4 months
Bama wouldn’t give two shit
Reply4 months
and the Bama obsession continues....
4 months
Would be starting the first game for Bama
Reply4 months
and again .....
4 months
One team, one culcha
Reply4 months
Why?
Reply4 months
Just finish this year on fire! Then take the reigns next year as the next great linebacker from Lsu.. Then your a first/second round pick.. But noooooooooooo u wanna be a frickn get away driver and get 3 felonies!!! Wtf?? You just blew an opportunity that someone out there will kill for!!! Idiot!!!
Reply4 months
Last Chance U
Reply4 months
What a freaking idiot
Reply4 months
Well. That's the last we will see of Tyler Taylor at LSU. Emcc here he comes. Last chance u bound. Wtf? Hell, he may serve jail time on that. Robbing a pawn shop is like robbing a bank. shite.
Reply4 months
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