Man arrested on identity theft charges at site of attempted burglary in Millcreek

Bryan D. Brinson. Photo: Salt Lake County

MILLCREEK, Utah, April 13, 2017 (Gephardt Daily) — A man suspected in a burglary in progress Thursday afternoon was arrested on multiple charges.

Suspect Bryan David Brinson was detained as a burglary suspect, and was charged on two counts of identity fraud and two counts of possession of a dangerous weapon by a restricted person. He also was held as a federal detainee in accordance with an interstate agreement.

Brinson, discovered at the burglary site in Millcreek, was found in possession of a knife and of several I.D.s and credit cards belonging to other people.

According to a probable cause statement, Brinson waived his Miranda rights, and admitted he knew it was wrong for him to have the I.D.s, although he denied having used them.

Brinson said he did not know he was not allowed to have a knife, the report said. He was booked on the Adult Parole and Probation hold as well as felony possession of identity theft material.

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