Deputies arrest 2 suspects in Eagle Mountain vehicle burglaries

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UPDATE: 01/03/18- A second suspect, Steven Brad Laursen, was arrested on January 3, 2019. 

UPDATE 12/24/18 – Deputies in Utah County have arrested one of the two suspects allegedly involved in several auto burglaries in Eagle Mountain.

Deputies issued a press release that said after the incident hit the media, a lot of people called to tell them who the suspects were.

“With this information, Eagle Mountain Deputies were able to link the suspects to a house in Eagle Mountain,” said in the release. “A search warrant was obtained and Deputies and Detectives from the Utah County Sheriff’s Office served it late last night.”

During the service of the warrant, one of the suspects drove by the house. Deputies attempted to stop the vehicle but the driver fled. The suspect’s vehicle eventually became disabled and he was taken into custody.

34-year-old Brad Kalkbrenner booked into the Utah County jail on multiple counts of vehicle burglary, possession of stolen property (found at the house and in his vehicle), and several drug charges.

Investigators are still looking for the other suspect(s) in this case, and will continue to follow-up on multiple leads.

EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah (ABC4 News) – Deputies with the Utah County Sheriff are hoping the public can help to identify suspects involved in several vehicle burglaries in Eagle Mountain on Saturday. 

Deputies responded to several vehicles on Saturday that occurred in church parking lots at three different locations.

Deputies said the windows of the vehicles had been smashed out and purses and items of value in plain view were stolen.

At one of the locations, a vehicle with a dash camera caught the suspects on video.

Deputies in Eagle Mountain are asking for assistance in identifying the two suspects. If you can identify these individuals please contact the Utah County Sheriff’s Office in Eagle Mountain at 801-794-3970

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