A suspect who was out of jail on bond in another case was arrested on burglary complaints Wednesday by Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Deputies who said their case solves several burglary cases.

A suspect who was out of jail on bond in another case was arrested on burglary complaints Wednesday by Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Deputies who said their case solves several burglary cases.

Undersheriff Travis Palmer said Dustin C. Joyner, 37, was arrested in connection with two cases in the Bethel area, along with a Cleveland County case. He was booked into the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center on complaints of knowingly concealing stolen property and burglary from a vehicle; formal charges have not been filed in this matter.

He is scheduled for an initial court appearance and bond hearing today.

Joyner, who was booked in and out of the jail numerous times in 2016, according to jail logs, currently has at least four felony cases awaiting adjudication in Pottawatomie County District Court. He was last arrested on Dec. 15 and was released after posting $15,000 bail on Dec. 19.

Palmer said Joyner was arrested Wednesday after a package was taken from a home in the 19000 block of Bethel Road. The case developed further with Joyner allegedly being connected to a stolen pickup from Norman, with deputies recovering that truck and also finding about $3,500 in stolen tools taken from a home in the 18000 block of Bethel Road, Palmer said.

This arrest reportedly solves three different cases, Palmer said, adding that Lt. Travis Sullivan and Deputies Veronica Stidham, Katie Williams and Brian Columbus did a great job with the case Wednesday.

According to Pottawatomie County court records in other cases, Joyner was recently charged on Dec. 29 with possession of a stolen vehicle and he faces three charges from a case filed in August for attempted grand larceny, possession of a firearm during probation and knowingly concealing stolen property. His next court date on those charges is Jan. 25. He faces an additional burglary charge in an August filing.

Case reports involving Wednesday's arrest will be turned over to the district attorney's office for consideration of additional charges