ROCKLAND, Maine — A Union man arrested Wednesday in connection to the theft of three trucks has been charged with a series of additional crimes.

Daniel Roy, 27, of Union was initially charged with theft of a motor vehicle, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and violating bail conditions, according to a news release from the Maine Department of Public Safety.

The Knox County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday afternoon in a news release that a joint investigation by that department, Maine State Police, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office and the Camden Police Department resulted in a total of 14 charges against Roy.

The Knox County Sheriff’s Office has charged Roy with negotiating a worthless instrument, three counts of theft and two counts of theft by unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. State police charged Roy with theft of a motor vehicle, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and violation of bail conditions relating to crimes in Waldo County.

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office charged Roy with theft.

The Camden Police Department charged Roy with four counts of theft. Camden Police Detective Curt Andrick said that Roy was charged with the theft of four catalytic converters from vehicles in Camden. The first Camden theft occurred on Aug. 31 on Pearl Street and three more on Sept. 14 on Pearl, Spruce and Mill streets.

The converters were recovered at a scrapyard in Lisbon. The catalytic converters contain platinum.

Troopers and deputies arrested Roy at a mobile home in Washington a few hours after beginning their investigation.

Police were still looking Friday afternoon for 34-year-old Danny Leigh of Washington, according to state police and the sheriff’s office.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Leigh is asked to call the Knox County Sheriff’s Office or state police in Augusta at 624-7076 or the sheriff’s office at 594-5656.