Logan City Police Department announced it has arrested a man suspected of robbing an urgent care in Logan.
Brad Thayne Bingham, 31, was arrested after confessing to being involved in an attempted robbery of an InstaCare urgent care.
According to police, on Wednesday, Feb. 4, Bingman walked into the urgent care located at 412 N. and 200 E. in Logan and demanded medication and threatening there would be repercussions if authorities were called.
The suspect fled the scene and police were called to investigate the scene. Thursday afternoon, as detectives were doing surveillance of Bingham's home, they spotted him on a bicycle. Officials were able to apprehend and take Bingham in custody without incident.
Bingham was taken to the Logan Police Department where he was interviewed and later confessed to the robbery, according to Logan PD.
A search warrant was executed at the suspect's residence and evidence from the robbery was located including a handgun he said he had in his waistband during the robbery.
Bingham was booked into the Cache County Jail on charges of aggravated robbery, possessions of narcotics and possession of a firearm by an interdicted person.