Laurel County sheriff's deputies have arrested a man who they say committed a burglary in which he took all kinds of things — even the kitchen sink.
A deputy who was investigating the burglary of an outbuilding on Laurel River Road went to the trailer where Jared Malicoat lived about 6 miles south of London on Tuesday and found items that had been reported stolen "in plain view."
"Numerous items had been stolen, including the kitchen sink," a news release stated.
In addition to the stolen sink, deputies recovered a wheelbarrow, a jack, jack stands and a pressure washer.
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Deputies said Malicoat, 24, who lived on Laurel River Road, told them "he had found the items this morning and did not know who they belonged to or how they got there."
Malicoat said he had put some of the items under his trailer, according to to the news release.
Malicoat was taken to the Laurel County Correctional Center and charged with third-degree burglary. He also had three outstanding bench warrants for charges of theft by unlawful taking, public intoxication — controlled substances and fourth-degree assault — domestic violence.