ST. GEORGE – A 19-year-old St. George man was arrested by police for multiple counts of burglary and theft Thursday as part of a multi-agency investigation which is still ongoing.
Dallan William Meyer, of St. George, was being questioned by Washington City Police in regards to another matter when he admitted to a burglary in St. George, St. George Police Sgt. Sam Despain said.
Meyer was arrested by St. George Police and was charged with one second degree felony for burglary and a class A misdemeanor theft charge.
There is an ongoing investigation being conducted by Washington City, St. George and Santa Clara-Ivins police departments, Washington City Police spokesman Ed Kantor said. There has also been one other arrest made in the case that he is aware of, he said.
Because the investigation is continuing no further details are being released at this time, Kantor said.
According to booking information, Meyer was charged with by Washington City Police with two second-degree felony counts of burglary and two third-degree felony counts of theft. The Santa Clara-Ivins Police also charged the suspect with two second-degree felony counts of burglary, one second-degree felony count off theft, and one class-A misdemeanor for theft.
Meyer was booked into the Purgatory Correctional Facility Thursday.
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