FARMINGTON -- A 26-year-old Ogden man who is accused of breaking into at least three West Point homes May 1 has been charged with three counts of second-degree felony burglary.
The Davis County Attorney's Office filed the charges against Nathan Larrel Langlais in 2nd District Court on Monday. Langlais was booked in Davis County Jail but has been released on bail. No court date has been set.
Langlais is also charged with third-degree felony failure to respond to an officer's signal; a class B misdemeanor theft; a class B misdemeanor possession of spice; and a class C misdemeanor no registration.
According to the probable cause statement that was also filed Monday, a Davis County sheriff's deputy saw a vehicle on 300 North without a license plate on it. When he attempted to pull the vehicle over, the driver turned onto 1600 West and accelerated, reaching speeds of more than 60 mph. The car crashed at the end of the street.
Officers found inside the vehicle pieces of mail with Langlais' name on it, as well as a bag of spice, according to the probable cause statement.
Officers were searching for Langlais when they got a call that he had been inside a house just north of where he crashed his vehicle. By the time officers arrived, he had left, but they found a Jazz hat he had been wearing in the woman's yard.
Langlais hid in another home close by until the homeowner came home and found him dressed in her husband's clothes, according to the court document.
Langlais ran out of the house, jumped over fences and walked into another home, where the homeowner told him to leave.
Two off-duty firefighters, one of which was a SWAT medic, got Langlais in custody after he walked into the yard where they were doing yard work and asked if he could help them.