Posted: 6:25 p.m.
Frank Amavisca, 28, appeared in Yuma Justice Court Tuesday as a suspect in two separate cases.
The most recent case was the seven-hour standoff Friday in Yuma where Amavisca barricaded himself inside an office building.
It ended after police used a type of gas to get Amavisca to surrender.
In court, a judge said prosecutors were unable to present formal charges at this time and released Amavisca on his own recognizance for that case.
But he is not off the hook yet.
The Yuma County Sheriff's Office considers Amavisca a suspect in the burglary of a Yuma Foothills home that happened Aug. 6.
"Whether it was him, or someone else, or whoever it was, stole an extreme amount of money from my house--$89,130," said Mike Channing, whose home was broken into.
One of the items stolen from his home was a 2002 Dodge Viper. A judge charged Amavisca with a felony count of theft of that vehicle.
Meanwhile, Channing is left empty handed.
"Absolutely nothing has been recovered yet. At least he's in custody. At least he's been charged," Channing said.
Among the items stolen from Channing's home were jewelery, electronics, and valuable collectors items.
"I can never replace that stuff," Channing said.
There were no victims or state prosecutors in the court room Tuesday.
Prosecutors had requested Amavisca's bond be increased to $75,000, but since they were not there, the judge left his bond at $55,000.
Amavisca will be back in court next week.