Man Charged with over 40 Counts after Burglary Investigation in Big Eddy Area

Following a nine-month investigation into several burglary investigations in the  Big Eddy area on the Kenai Peninsula, a Soldotna man faces at least 40 counts, troopers revealed.

Troopers and the Kenai Police Department served a search warrant at Kenai residence in March of this year and discovered stolen property taken from various burglaries that spanned October 2017 to February 2018. Troopers also discovered a vehicle stolen during the same time frame at another Kenai residence.

As the investigation continued, a suspect was developed and identified as 27-year-old David L Frost of Soldotna as the burglary suspect as well as a suspect in a theft in Kenai and a Nikiski commercial property.

Frost was charged with:

  • 10 counts of Burglary I
  • Six counts of Burglary II
  • Two counts of Theft I
  • Four counts of Theft II
  • Two counts of Theft IV
  • Two counts of Vehicle Theft I
  • Five counts of Criminal Mischief III
  • One count of Criminal IV
  • Eight counts of Criminal Mischief V

A $25,000 arrest warrant was issued for Frost’s arrest and on Saturday night, Frost was pulled over in a Kenai traffic stop. When he was arrested in the multi-count warrant he was found to be in possession of a controlled substance and so was additionally charged with MICS IV.

Frost was transported to the Wildwood Pretrial Facility and remanded there on the charges.