Three Arrested for Theft of Dirt Bikes in Dartmouth
DARTMOUTH - Three New Bedford residents have been arrested in connection with the theft of several motorized dirt bikes in Dartmouth.
Dartmouth Police responded to a residence on Travers Street at around 2:40 a.m. Monday for a report of breaking and entering into a garage resulting in the theft of three dirt bikes.
After speaking with the victim of the theft and obtaining descriptions of the suspect and their vehicle, Dartmouth Police located the suspects driving in a Chevrolet Silverado on Slocum Road. Police positively identified the occupants of the truck as the suspects described by the victim.
Orlando Santiago-Torres, 23, Randall King, Jr., 30, and a male juvenile, all of New Bedford, were placed under arrest and charged with larceny of a motor vehicle, breaking and entering during the nighttime, larceny under $250, and conspiracy.