LAYTON -- A 32-year-old man who has entered pleas to four felonies in four separate cases has now been charged with an additional five felonies in four different cases.
Brian David Wood was booked and released from Davis County Jail on Wednesday.
He has a court hearing set for May 15 on the four new cases.
The Davis County Attorney's Office filed four cases against Wood in April. He is charged with three counts of second-degree felony burglary, one count of third-degree felony burglary, one count of third-degree felony theft, and three counts of theft, misdemeanors.
According to court documents, Layton police recovered stolen items from pawn shops and storage units.
The items, which included jewelry, fireworks, drill bit sets and a weed eater, were traced back to Wood as the person who pawned them, sold them or had been inside a home, according to court documents.
Wood entered two guilty pleas and two pleas in abeyance to four counts of third-degree felony possession of a controlled substance. His first felony arrest was in July 2011 in Layton, according to court documents.
Wood entered 2nd District Court's drug court in November 2012. He was in court Tuesday and has another hearing set for May 21.