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LAS VEGAS (AP) — A man accused of stealing 18 guns from an eastern Utah store over the summer has been arrested by an FBI task force in southern Nevada.
Officials from the Roosevelt Police Department announced that 34-year-old Raymond Michael Livingston was arrested Monday. He's charged in the burglary of Stewart's Marketplace on June 23.
Livingston was wanted on an $185,000 warrant. Roosevelt Police Lt. Pete Butcher told the Deseret News there was a break in the case when three of the guns were recovered in the Las Vegas area, including one during a traffic stop and two during violent felonies.
Livingston is charged with 18 counts of theft and one count of burglary in the case.
He's in the Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas pending a Wednesday court appearance.
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