Logan man pleads guilty to auto burglaries and credit card fraud

Kurtis Sparks Crockett, 21, accused of auto burglary and credit card fraud.

LOGAN — A 21-year-old Logan man has waived his right to a preliminary hearing and pleaded guilty to credit card fraud and auto burglary.

Kurtis Sparks Crockett appeared in 1st District Court Thursday afternoon accepting a plea deal. Under the agreement, he pleaded guilty to two counts of unlawful use of a credit card, both third-degree felonies, burglary of a vehicle, a class A misdemeanor, two counts of theft and one count of drug possession, all class B misdemeanors. The remaining 10 charges were dismissed.

State attorney Aaron Jossie said Crockett broke into two vehicles, in September, stealing credit cards out of them. He then used the cards to purchase merchandise from local stores.

Police later found Crockett’s wallet with six stolen credit cards outside his apartment and connected him to the burglaries. He was arrested in November and booked into the Cache County Jail.

Crockett will be sentenced January 20.

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