From Post staff reports
A man suspected of breaking into a local business on Saturday was arrested and is now facing charges of burglary and public intoxication.
Jeremy Ross Taylor, 22, of 1220 Woodvale Drive, Gallatin, was arrested after Lebanon Police Officers Cody Bryan and Brian Blackburn reportedly found him inside Quality Motors, located at 416 South Cumberland Street, Lebanon.
The officers, according a news release from the Lebanon Police Department, responded to a burglar alarm at the business within 2 minutes of being dispatched. Upon arrival, the officers found the front door had been forcibly opened and a white male subject inside the business.
Bryan and Blackburn then arrested Taylor. He was transported to the Wilson County Jail where he was booked. He was released after posting bond of $5,750. Taylor is to appear in court on Wednesday, Nov. 2.
Taylor, the news release said, has previous convictions for vehicle burglary in 2010 in Davidson County.