FRUIT HEIGHTS -- A 22-year-old Fruit Heights man is suspected of burglarizing multiple homes and vehicles during a period of a few weeks, deputies say.
Elliot Kurtis Frasier was booked in Davis County Jail on Friday on three counts of burglary and three counts of theft by deception.
Deputies are continuing their investigation, said Davis County Sheriff's Sgt. Susan Poulsen, and more charges could be filed.
The Davis County Attorney's Office is reviewing the case before filing formal charges in 2nd District Court.
Deputies have watched the state's pawn database for any of the items reported stolen.
"Multiple items did show up, and they were pawned by Elliot Frasier," Poulsen said.
Then a relative of Frasier called detectives to report four long-barreled guns, which included shotguns and rifles, as well as several handguns, had turned up missing.
When detectives searched the state's pawn database, they found the guns had been pawned by Frasier, Poulsen said.
Officers went to Frasier's residence to speak with him, but he took off. Officers chased Frasier on foot for two blocks before capturing him, Poulsen said.
Officers have located a number of items pawned by Frasier in shops in Davis and Salt Lake counties, she said, including GPS units, iPods, sporting equipment, tools and jewelry.