JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The suspect behind a crime spree in Jefferson County on Saturday has now been identified.

Officials with the sheriff’s office say 31-year-old Edward Barron first carjacked a man in Lakewood at around 4 a.m.

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They say the victim convinced Barron to turn around and drop him off at work. That’s when investigators say Barron robbed a CVS pharmacy on Bowles and stole narcotics at gunpoint.

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A short time later, Barron was seen entering the Bank of the West on Kipling and robbing it, agains at gunpoint.

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According to investigators, about 30 minutes later, Barron invaded a home on Trinchera Peak and tried to steal another car from that homeowner. He couldn’t, so he ran away.

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Deputies found him a block away and say when Barron saw them, he swallowed the narcotics he stole from the pharmacy.

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Barron was taken to the hospital where he stayed until Sunday.

He’s charged with first degree kidnapping, aggravated robbery, first degree burglary and menacing. More charges could follow.

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Barron is in jail on a $1 millon bond. No one was seriously hurt in the crimes.