FARMINGTON — Charges have been filed against an Ogden man accused of breaking into at least three homes in West Point on May 1.
Nathan Larrel Langlais, 26, was charged with three counts of second-degree felony burglary, a third-degree felony charge of failure to respond to an officer’s signal, a class B misdemeanor theft charge, and a class B misdemeanor charge of possession of spice.
According to a probable cause statement, a Davis County Sheriff’s deputy saw a vehicle on 300 North in West Point with no license plate. When the deputy tried to pull the vehicle over, the driver allegedly turned onto 1600 West and accelerated, reaching speeds of more than 60 mph. The car crashed at the end of the street.
Inside the vehicle, officers allegedly found spice and mail with Lanlais’ name on it.
Deputies had been searching for Langlais when they got a call he had been inside a house north of where his vehicle crashed. By the time officers arrived, he had left, but they found a Jazz hat he had been wearing in the woman’s yard.
Langlais allegedly hid in another home until the homeowner came home and found him dressed in her husband’s clothes, acording to court documents. He allegedly ran out of the house and walked into a third home where the homeowner told him to leave.
Two off-duty firefighters tackled Langlais and held him for police. The two were working in a yard.