OGDEN -- Three suspects are in custody and another remains at large following a Thursday morning burglary and an ensuing police manhunt.
At 7:40 a.m., a witness observed four males removing items from a home in the area of 200 Ogden Canyon Road and placing them into a green Jeep Cherokee, said Weber County Sheriff's Lt. Mark Lowther.
Deputies were dispatched and spotted the Cherokee traveling west out of the canyon, Lowther said. Another deputy positioned herself at the mouth of the canyon and pursued the vehicle as it drove past.
The Cherokee continued for about a half-mile and turned into a condominium complex off 1700 E. Canyon Road.
The four occupants bailed from the Cherokee, prompting the deputy to draw her service weapon, Lowther said.
Darrell Maguire, 41, gave himself up, and the other three fled.
Deputies and Ogden police officers took one of the other suspects into custody in the foothills above the condominium complex. Another suspect was apprehended in the complex by an Ogden detective.
The latter two were identified as Jayden Peterson, 18, and Jeremy McCord, 19,
Authorities are continuing to search for David James Peterson, 45, who is the father of Jayden Peterson. He is a white male, about 6 feet tall, 190 pounds, with blue eyes and brown hair, Lowther said.
Horace Mann Elementary School, at 1300 9th St., was briefly placed on lockdown during the search for the suspect.
Some of the stolen items have been recovered.
Maguire faces charges of burglary and theft. Jayden Peterson was arrested on an outstanding warrant and for avoiding apprehension. McCord was arrested on two outstanding warrants.
The three were booked into Weber County Jail.