Cedar Falls Police arrested four Waterloo teenagers Tuesday on burglary and theft charges.
Cedar Falls Police Captain Craig Berte said a witness saw four young men go into a garage and leave with a bicycle.
Later, Cedar Falls stopped the four men in the 100 block of Franklin Street. At that time, all four were riding bicycles.
Police determined at least three of the four bikes were stolen from garages in the 1000 block of Franklin and the 300 block of Olive Street in Cedar Falls.
Police believe all four bikes were stolen. They are trying to locate the owner of the fourth bike.
As a result of the investigation, Cedar Falls Police arrested 19-year old Darrell Deshay Lanier, of 122 Linden Street, Waterloo; 18-year old Qunshaundes McNealy of 314 Cresent Place, Waterloo; 18-year old Mikal Dequavious Davis of 624 Hope Avenue, Waterloo; and 16-year old Quaderious Spates of 520 Elm Street, Waterloo.
All four have been charged with third-degree burglary and second-degree theft. Those charges are Class D felonies in Iowa.
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