"Authorities filed burglary and theft charges Friday against the man they were seeking in connection with the death of a 14-year-old central Kansas girl whose charred body was discovered at an asphalt plant. Adam Joseph Longoria had only been out of ]prison for three months when authorities said the highway patrol caught him Friday off Interstate 70 near Salina. He is being held in Barton County and officials do not believe he has an attorney. Longoria was charged with one count each of vehicle burglary and theft of property, relating to a vehicle stolen from the asphalt plant where the body of Alicia DeBolt was found on Tuesday. His first court appearance is set for 10 a.m. Monday. The Kansas charges are the latest in a long rap sheet for Longoria, who was released May 25 from prison after completing a seven-year sentence for aggravated robbery. Records in Texas show Longoria has done time there since 1991 for charges including burglary, forgery, credit card abuse, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, escape from prison and evading arrest."