Somerset Man Arrested for 2 Thefts

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Updated: 10/21/2013 6:30 pm
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Department has arrested a man they say was involved in two different crimes that occurred last week.

Responding to calls on October 17th and 18th, Deputies were able to identify the suspect as John Edward Cummings, 30, of Somerset.

Cummings is accused of stealing TV's, electronics, and a utility trailer.

Investigators were able to recover surveillance footage of the trailer being stolen, and identified Cummings on the footage.

Cummings was arrested Friday evening.
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