SALTSBURG (KDKA) – An Indiana County man wanted by state police for an alleged crime spree in which he’s facing more than a dozen felony charges has been apprehended.

State Police Troop A says 36-year-old David Dilts Jr. from Penn Run is the suspect in five different incidents that happened on Friday.

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Dilts is accused of crashing a stolen Nissan around Gamble Road and Germany Lutheran Cemetery Road in West Wheatfield Township around 5:30 p.m. According to police, Dilts then walked up to a house on Roy Boring Road and found a man walking his dog.

He then allegedly pointed a stolen .22 caliber rifle at the victim, demanding the victim hand over his car.

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That’s when police say the victim disarmed Dilts and threw him to the ground. Dilts later fled on foot, leaving the stolen rifle at the residence.

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On Sunday, the incident was reported to police and they named Dilts as a suspect. On Tuesday, state police asked the public for help locating Dilts. He was taken into custody without incident at 1:25 p.m after police received a tip.

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He’s facing 13 felony charges, including criminal attempt robbery and burglary.