3 Sacramento Men Arrested for Stealing Bikes in Davis

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Police say they have arrested three people for stealing bicycles in Davis and possessing other stolen property.

The investigation into the robberies started back on July 7, when surveillance cameras at a Sycamore Lane apartment complex caught two people on film stealing bikes.

Just three days later, a maintenance worker at the same complex saw two men loitering and immediately recognized them as the suspects caught on surveillance video. The worker called police, and officers soon took 27-year-old Jeremy Humphries and 28-year-old James Sarti, both Sacramento residents, into custody for drugs violations and conspiracy charges.

Following up on the arrest the next day, police raided Humphries’ home during a probation search – finding items believed to have been stolen from Davis as well as Sacramento.  A bike from the original burglary, as well as bag taken from St. Martin’s Church was found in the home.

Police searched Humphries’ home again on July 25, finding more stolen property from Davis and Sacramento. Humphries and Sarti were again arrested, along with 30-year-old Sacramento resident Andrew Beddow, for possession of stolen property and criminal conspiracy charges.

Another unidentified person at the residence was also arrested for an outstanding felony warrant out of Sacramento.

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