Deputies arrested a Boise man Monday who broke into over a dozen unlocked cars in Kuna last month and stole three guns and several other items.
Chancellor Threatt is charged with 23 felony counts of burglary and grand theft and 10 misdemeanor counts of petit theft in connection with the case.
Threatt broke into the cars and at least one home in the Linder/Deer Flat roads neighborhood on three separate occasions between April 4 and April 22.
In addition to stealing a rifle, shotgun, and handgun, the 31-year-old Threatt also stole items like computer equipment, wallets, tools, backpacks, binoculars, and credit cards from the unlocked cars.
Deputies have been able to return some of the stolen property but continue to work to locate the three guns.
Detectives developed evidence while investigating the break-ins that led them to identify Threatt as the suspect. Ada County prosecutors issued an arrest warrant for Threatt on Monday. Our ACTION team found Threatt by early afternoon and arrested him without incident.
Threatt is set to make his initial court appearance Tuesday afternoon. The crimes of grand theft and burglary are punishable by up to 14 and 10 years in prison.