CLAREMORE, Oklahoma - Deputies arrested a Mayes County man Sunday. They say he admitted stealing a trailer from a Rogers County RV business on August 23.  

Authorities are crediting the arrest of Joseph Wolf to a traffic stop made by a GRDA Police officer in Langley. Wolf was taken into custody August 29 when the GRDA officer spotted him driving the truck pictured in surveillance photos from the business.

Rogers County deputies questioned Wolf, 32, at the Mayes County Sheriff's office.  They said he confessed to the theft of the trailer from Route 66 RVs which was caught on surveillance video as well as two other thefts at a Claremore mini storage business and Turland Equipment.

Wolf, a Strang resident, was booked into the Rogers County jail on a grand larceny complaint.

A search of an address in Pensacola on Sunday by Mayes County authorities failed to turn up the stolen trailer and other items taken in the other burglaries. Investigators did arrest two people on drug-related charges, though.