TYLER, TX (KLTV) - A turn without signaling has led to the arrest of a burglary suspect.
The stop was made around 5:30 Tuesday evening at the Varsity Place Apartments near UT Tyler.
Smith County constables say a deputy spotted the car on the road, and it matched the description of a car that was used during at least one burglary Tuesday afternoon in south Tyler.
The suspect reportedly turned into the apartment complex parking lot without signaling, giving the deputy a reason to stop the car.
An unspecified amount of stolen property was found in the car.
Right now, the suspect's identity has not been released.
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