A father and son have been arrested in connection with a debit card that was stolen from a group home in Dewey and was used at various businesses in Prescott Valley. Deputies were dispatched to the home back on March 3rd after an 86-year-old man’s debit card went missing from his wallet. The suspects ran up a total of $12-hundred dollars at Home Depot, Hobby Lobby, Burger King, McDonald’s, Subway and Jack-in-the-Box. The suspects also went to the Chevron at Highway 69 and Kachina Place in Dewey on two occasions charging a total of $200-dollars for gas. Deputies arrested 50-year-old Robert Urzua and his son, 24-year-old son Alex Urzua, both from Humboldt, over the weekend. Robert is tied to the original theft of the card, while Alex was involved with the theft of gasoline. Officials say Alex even called friends and offered them free gas at the Chevron. Robert was taken into custody Friday at his home when he was found hiding in his closet after he failed to answer the door. A search of his home found stolen items from Hobby Lobby and items bought with the stolen card. Alex was arrested Saturday after being pulled over in Humboldt. Upon a search of the vehicle, deputies found meth in 100 small baggies. Both were booked into the Camp Verde Detention Center on multiple fraud, theft and drug possession charges. The case remains under investigation.