At about 9:45 p.m. Saturday, Falmouth authorities alerted by neighbors to a suspected break-in at a home on Edgewater Drive East arrested three 18-year-old men, according to Falmouth police.
The three suspects are Dejontre M. Bell of Roxbury, Craig M. Felotico of Hyannis and Terrell Tarique Bishop.
They were "spotted in the act by a neighbor, interrupted by officers who were nearby," wrote Falmouth Police Lieutenant Brian Reid.
"First to arrive was Assistant Director of Falmouth Marine & Environmental Services Chuck Martinson," Reid added.
Bell, Bishop and Felotico all face charges of breaking and entering a building in the nighttime for a felony, maliciously injuring real or personal property, possessing a burglarious instrument and larceny from a building.
Bell faces an additional charge of furnishing a false name and also was served with two arrest warrants, according to the Falmouth police log.
Felotico faces an additional charge of possessing a class D drug.
Arrest information from the Falmouth Police Department does not indicate convictions.
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