Update: State Police Release Name of Man Arrested at Governor's Mansion

Ramon Taylor, 32, of Little Rock, climbed over the fence this morning.
Updated (11:00 a.m.):
LITTLE ROCK, AR - New information is being released about this morning's arrest of a man on the grounds of the Governor's Mansion.

The Arkansas State Police (ASP) says Ramon Taylor, 32, of Little Rock is behind bars at the Pulaski County Jail charged with criminal trespass and breaking and entering of a vehicle.

The ASP says Taylor scaled a fence outside the mansion and got into a civilian’s vehicle. He was quickly caught and taken into custody by troopers.

Original report (7:00 a.m.)
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The Little Rock Police Department is assisting the Arkansas State Police (ASP) on a possible break-in call at the Governor's Mansion.

The call came in around 5:30 this morning.

The ASP says Arkansas State Troopers assigned to the Executive Protection detail arrested a man on the mansion grounds after he climbed over a fence.

The man was quickly apprehended and did not resist arrest.

State Police Criminal Investigation Division (CID) agents are currently questioning the man who will later be transported to the Pulaski County Jail.

The ASP says the man did not attempt to enter any buildings on the grounds.

Matt DeCample, the media spokesperson for Governor Mike Beebe, adds via Twitter this morning that the intruder did not have any weapons in his possession when he was taken into custody.
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