Man, 19, charged in Basin burglaries
A man was charged with felony theft for allegedly burglarizing businesses at Kimball Junction.
Nicholas Anthony Gulli, 19, was found staying at the Landmark Inn April 24 after Subway and Davanza’s at Kimball Junction were broken into.
Deputies responded to an alarm at the Subway restaurant at 1612 Ute Blvd. and found an object was thrown through the glass front door. A man was seen running near Landmark Drive a few minutes later, investigators claim.
Davanza’s at 6531 N. Landmark Drive was also burglarized that night, Summit County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Brad Wilde said.
Employees at the Landmark Inn claimed Gulli paid for a room that night with mostly $1 bills. Gulli reportedly had a fresh cut on his hand when he was picked up by police.
Officers allegedly had consent to search a room in the hotel where they say they found items that lead them to believe Gulli did the burglaries.
Detectives are investigating whether the suspect committed other burglaries in western Summit County, according to Wilde.
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