Apparently a very hungry man was arrested in Yucca Valley Thursday morning after he allegedly stole food and drinks and other property from at least four locations. According to Sheriff’s Sergeant Rick Millard, Joshua Beedie, 32, broke into the Circle K on Old Woman Springs Road about 3:30 a.m. and stole some drinks and food. Beedie allegedly then broke in to the Yucca Valley Community Center about 4 a.m. where he tried to steal food out of the vending machines there. Millard said a resident in the 57000 block of Antelope Trail reported a burglar in his home at 4:24. The resident told police that his dog chased the burglar out of the same window he used to break into and enter the home, and Millard said the burglar left behind the stolen property when he fled the residence. In addition, Beedie is suspected of breaking into Citizens on Patrol vehicles at the police sub-station behind the community center. Millard said the Sheriff’s helicopter was called to assist in the search for Beedie, but the helicopter was grounded due to the freak hail storm Thursday morning. After an investigation, Joshua Beedie was located near Sage and Sunnyslope about 9:30 Thursday morning, and arrested on suspicion of burglary and on a warrant from Kern County for possession of a controlled substance. Beedie was booked into the West Valley Detention Center and is being held without bail. He is scheduled to be arraigned in Joshua Tree Superior Court today.