SIOUX CITY | Two additional suspects have been arrested and charged with felonies for their involvements in burglaries on Sioux City's north side.
Joseph Tapia, 18, of Sioux City and 16-year-old Henry Jose DeLeon, also of Sioux City, have been charged with one count first-degree burglary, two counts of second-degree burglary and a charge of third-degree theft, according to a press release.
Tapia and DeLeon were both held in the Woodbury County Jail on $22,000 bond.
The arrest of the pair stems from a burglary at a home, 4534 Perry Way. Police were called to the home at 5 a.m. Thursday, and found the suspects had taken several items and got into a fight with the owner, who was left with bruises, scrapes, a concussion and possible broken bones.
Another suspect, 19-year-old Jeremy Mahaney, of Sioux City, was arrested Thursday and held on $24,000 bond.
A 19-year-old is facing multiple felony charges after police say he and another suspect have been involved in several burglaries on the north side of Sioux City.
Jeremy Mahaney, of Sioux City, was booked into the Woodbury County Jail Thursday and has been charged with one count of first-degree burglary, two counts of second-degree burglary, a count of third-degree theft and operating a vehicle without the owner's consent.
Police said Mahaney was taken into custody after officers were dispatched to a burglary at 5 a.m. Thursday at 4534 Perry Way. Police learned two suspects entered the home and removed several items. When the owner confronted the two suspects, a fight ensued and left the victim with scrapes, bruises, a concussion and possibly two broken bones, a press release said.
The vehicle used in the burglary was located a short distance away with the stolen items nearby, police said.
Mahaney was identified and brought in for questioning at 8 a.m. That is when police linked him and another suspect to several burglaries in the Leeds area.
Mahaney is being held in jail on $24,000 bond.
The second suspect has been identified but not located.
The investigation is ongoing.