CLEARFIELD -- Police arrested the man they said was the driver for a robbery at a Chevron gas station, where money was taken to buy an Xbox.
Timothy David Thomasson, 21, was arrested at his Layton home on Wednesday, said Assistant Police Chief Mike Stenquist.
Stenquist said police received an anonymous tip that led them to Thomasson, who was booked in the Davis County Jail in lieu of a $20,000 bail.
The Davis County Attorney's Office is reviewing the case before filing formal charges in 2nd District Court.
Thomasson could make his first court appearance on Friday.
Stenquist said, officers "recovered property and we know where the Xbox is and expect to recover it."
Dustin Jack Ferguson, 18, was arrested on Saturday and is being held in the Davis County Jail in lieu of a $10,000 bail.
Ferguson, of Layton, appeared in 2nd District Court on Monday and was charged with second-degree felony robbery. Ferguson waived his right to a preliminary hearing and a felony arraignment hearing is set for Feb. 2 before Judge Thomas L. Kay.
Ferguson and Thomasson are charged with robbing the Chevron Station convenience store at 1716 S. Main St. on Jan. 17. Ferguson told police he needed the money to buy an Xbox.