A Cedar Rapids man was arrested on Wednesday after an observant neighbor noticed he was in a garage that he didn't belong in.
Sergeant Cristy Hamblin says a neighbor noticed a man walk into the garage of 4505 C Avenue NE at about 7:29 a.m. on September 11 and get into a vehicle. Knowing the man didn't live there, the neighbor confronted the man who then left on a bicycle.
After an investigation, police say 51-year-old Darrell Bolden was the man who entered the garage. Bolden was arrested on Wednesday and charged with second degree burglary.
Hamblin says Bolden has been arrested and convicted 14 times for various degrees of burglary in both Black Hawk County and Linn County.
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