A warrant was issued Friday for 27-year old Larry Tanner of Scott City after he was found with more than $400 in quarters in his truck after an alleged burglary. Tanner has been charged with second-degree burglary and theft of property or services valued at more than $500 but less than $25,000. According to a probable cause affidavit he is accused of stealing a change machine from a Jackson laundromat the morning of April 5. Security footage showed a dark-colored Dodge pickup truck at the front of the business. It showed two people getting out of the truck and gaining access behind the wall where the change machine was hanging. The machine fell to the floor, causing “heavy damage” to the wall. The subjects put the change machine in the back of the truck and drove away. At the time of Tanner’s arrest, the missing change machine was found in the bed of the truck and more than $400 in quarters in the vehicle. Judge Gary Kamp issued the warrant for Tanner and assigned a $10,000 cash or surety bond. The other subject’s name was not released. No word on why it took so long to get the warrant.