HOLLADAY — A 32-year-old Holladay woman has been charged in connection with theft that occurred at the Holladay Lions Fitness Center the night of Jan. 10.

Glenna Ann Johnson is accused of rummaging through lockers, stealing cash from one man's locker and car keys from two women's lockers, which she used to get into vehicles and take purses, according to court documents.

According to the charging documents, the two women victims returned to their lockers around 7 p.m. and found their car keys missing. They then found them lying on the ground in the parking lot. Their cars were unlocked and their purses were missing.

A man returned to his unsecured locker around 8:30 p.m. to find someone had gone through it and taken $275 in cash, charges state.

A Unified Police detective reviewed video surveillance taken at the Holladay Lions Fitness Center and observed two females enter the facility and walk in without checking in. The video then shows the women leaving the gym and driving a white SUV around the parking lot until they stopped and entered a parked car. The women then left the parking lot driving the white SUV.

According to court documents, the Unified Police detective identified Johnson as the suspect and located her. Johnson admitted that she and a friend had entered the locker room and burglarized lockers looking for cash and keys, charges state.

Johnson was charged with two counts of vehicle burglary, class A misdemeanors, and three counts of theft, class B misdemeanors. Information on the friend was not available.

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