A 7-Eleven worker approached a police officer Sunday, saying a suspicious particular person entered his retailer earlier that day sporting a sheriff’s deputy jacket, however he did not appear to be an officer, based on a possible trigger assertion from the Utah County Sheriff’s Office.
The retailer supervisor stated the man, later recognized as Wright, stole a doughnut from the shop, the possible trigger assertion says.
After the worker gave police a description of the white truck the man left the shop in, police discovered the car parked in a close by motel.
The truck was listed as stolen, the possible trigger assertion stated. An officer checked out surveillance video from the 7-Eleven retailer, which the possible trigger assertion stated additionally confirmed a lady within the car. Both Wright and 40-year-old Christian Rose Olsen are dealing with charges of possessing a stolen car, a second-degree felony.
The similar footage from the shop confirmed Wright sporting a Salt Lake County Sheriff’s deputy jacket with sheriff shoulder patches and an embroidered badge, the doc says.
Police discovered the jacket hanging in Wright’s motel room close by, the doc says. He admitted he had been on the 7-Eleven retailer however didn’t reply questions in regards to the stolen car, based on the assertion.
Olsen informed police another person had given them the car a number of days earlier and she didn’t realize it was stolen, based on a second possible trigger assertion.
But investigators allege Wright, Olsen and the one who gave them the car are “involved in extensive criminal activity regarding vehicle burglary and vehicle theft among other things,” the assertion says.
Wright informed police he paid for the doughnut, however the retailer supervisor disputes the declare, the Wright possible trigger doc says, including a receipt discovered at Wright’s room didn’t present a doughnut buy.
“Due to prior theft convictions, this theft charge would be a 3rd degree Felony,” the doc says.
Both Wright and Olsen are being held with out bail on the Utah County Jail, and neither has an legal professional listed.
Police haven’t recovered the doughnut.