Taylor Robert Bischoff, 28, was in court Tuesday on 10 second-degree felony counts of burglary, one second-degree felony count and three third-degree felony counts of theft, two class A misdemeanor counts of vehicle burglary and three class B misdemeanor counts of theft by receiving stolen property.
Police from Centerville and Bountiful worked together to solve the cases, notifying residents in areas where Bischoff allegedly hit and encouraging them to close their garage doors when not in use.
On January 15, police found Bischoff inside a friend’s home and allegedly found boots matching prints found at several of the burglarized locations. They also allegedly found numerous items reported stolen, according to court documents. Among items found were power tools, money, IDs and credit cards.