LAYTON -- Fingerprints left at a church building vandalized in August led police to the possible suspect on Tuesday.
The windows in a building for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, at 1410 E. Gentile in Layton, were broken sometime on or before Aug. 21, according to a statement.
Someone had also spray-painted profanity inside the church, said Layton Police Lt. Shawn Horton.
"This was not anti-LDS," Horton said. "It was not specific, but anti-religion."
The person who had entered the church also smoked several cigarettes and left ashes and cigarette butts inside the church. Horton said police found fingerprints and got a positive match to Brian Conners.
When officers went to Conners' home with a search warrant, Benjamin Joel Rotert, 26, was at the house, Horton said. That's when police found marijuana, mushrooms and drug paraphernalia, along with a black spray-paint can.
Conners was driving up to the house on a scooter as police arrested Rotert, Horton said.
"He took a deep breath, closed his eyes and teared up before saying he needed to speak with a lawyer," according to the statement.
Conners and Rotert were booked in Davis County Jail on drug charges. Conners was also booked for burglary and theft.
Horton said the vandalism investigation is ongoing and there could be more arrests.