OGDEN -- A 22-year-old felon is again facing charges after allegedly robbing a woman at gunpoint after breaking into her home.
According to a probable cause affidavit, Chadd Steven Kimber, of Ogden, and another man used a crowbar to break into the woman's home the night of Sept. 8. He then went into the woman's bedroom, allegedly holding a gun in his hand.
Kimber took a lock box with checks and pills, according to the affidavit. He later allegedly tried to cash one of the checks at a check-cashing business, which contacted the woman and found the check had been stolen. When he tried to get the check cashed, Kimber gave the store clerk ID documentation, allowing the clerk to identify him. Police later compared surveillance footage to a jail booking photo of Kimber to confirm it was him.
According to the affidavit, Kimber admitted to breaking into the woman's home with the gun, telling police that another man had told him the home "would be a good score."
Kimber was arrested Wednesday and booked into Weber County Jail. According to court documents, he has been charged with a first-degree felony count of aggravated robbery, a second-degree count of possession of a dangerous weapon by a restricted person and a third-degree count of possession of forged writing.
According to court documents, Kimber pleaded guilty in 2010 to a second-degree felony charge of robbery, for which he was sentenced to jail time and probation.
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