Two New Rochelle teens are scheduled to appear in court Thursday night after they were allegedly caught with assorted jewelry and computer equipment stolen from a home in the Village of Pelham Saturday.
Pelham police arrested New Rochelle residents Corey James and Dale Edwards, both 16, Saturday and charged them with burglary after they were allegedly caught with more than $2,500 worth of property stolen from a home on Clifford Avenue.
Police said a neighbor reported seeing James and Edwards walking across the front yard of the home. Minutes later, police said the neighbor saw the suspects walking away with a computer monitor and then alerted police.
The suspects were later stopped on Lincoln and Storer avenues while attempting to flag a taxi. The were later charged after an interview with detectives.
The teens did not admit to committing any other burglaries in the area and police declined to say how they entered the home.
Both teens were arraigned and sent to Westchester County Jail. James was given $5,000 bail, while Edwards was given a bail of $1,000.