Charges have been filed against a Grain Valley man accused in the burglary of two Blue Springs churches and subsequent illegal use of credit cards.

Charges have been filed against a Grain Valley man accused in the burglary of two Blue Springs churches and subsequent illegal use of credit cards.

Nicholas E. Davis, 34, was charged by the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office Thursday. He had been in custody since he was arrested by Grain Valley police earlier this month. Blue Springs police and members of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department also assisted.

Davis was charged Thursday of one count of felony burglary; two counts of felony stealing of a credit card, and three counts of misdemeanor fraudulent use of a credit device.

According to police, Davis entered two separate churches on Feb. 3 and Feb. 13 and caused property damage to church doors and cabinet locks, as well as stealing several credit cards belonging to the church.

Davis is also accused of using the stolen credit cards to make several hundred dollars worth of fraudulent transactions at local retail stores in Blue Springs.

His bond was set at $50,000.