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"I have a loaded .38 and it's pointed towards your @#%"

Alyamtoc Majok. Source: Smith County Jail Alyamtoc Majok. Source: Smith County Jail

TYLER, TX (KLTV) – We know the identity of the burglary suspect, arrested after turning without signaling.

Eighteen-year-old Alyamtoc Majok was arrested during a stop Tuesday night at the Varsity Place Apartments near UT Tyler.

Majok is believed to be involved in at least one burglary Tuesday, and reportedly had stolen property in his car during the stop.

Smith County Constables say the deputy had been eyeing the vehicle for a while because it matched the description of a car that was used during at least one burglary that same day in South Tyler.

"He followed it for a short distance at that point they attempted to pull into an apartment complex that they really had no business being in we believe they were just trying to avoid my deputy," said Dustin Rust, Smith County Precinct 3 Constable.

Majok who is from Dallas and currently enrolled at Tyler Junior College was found with an unspecified amount of stolen property in his car.

One East Texas woman who did not want her identity revealed says when she saw our story Tuesday night on KLTV 7 News at 10, she realized the same car had been outside her home earlier that day.

The woman says a man tried to kick open her front door, but before he stepped foot inside her home she threatened him.

"I have a loaded .38 and I was shouting this I have a loaded 38 and it's pointed towards your a**and when I said that he quit and they left very quickly," victim of attempted burglary.

Tyler Police says they are trying to figure out if all of the burglaries are connected.

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