LSU LB Tyler Taylor plans to plead not guilty after arrest for pawn shop burglary

Suspended LSU linebacker Tyler Taylor plans to plead not guilty after he was arrested in May for reportedly serving as the getaway driver in the burglary of a Georgia pawn shop, Taylor’s lawyer said.

Georgia-based attorney Peter Zeliff told The Advocate on Thursday morning “we are maintaining to plead not guilty.”

“I think Tyler has a bright future,” Zeliff said. “I don’t want anybody to prejudge the case.”

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