Bicycle Theft Leads Police To Arrest Of Hoboken Man With Open Warrants

HOBOKEN – A Hoboken man was arrested on Monday after stealing a bike which lead police to his open warrants out of Hoboken and West New York for disorderly conduct, trespassing and having burglar tools.
On February 9, 2015, at around 7:58 a.m. police were dispatched to 50 Harrison St. on report of a man stealing a bicycle. Officers Francisco Rosa, Nicholas Burke and Andrew Perez stopped the man who was identified as Felix Dilone, 26, of Hoboken, who admitted to stealing the bike.
Officer Francisco Rosa placed Dilone under arrest and he was charged with burglary, theft, and 3 failure to appear for open warrants out of Hoboken and West New York. He was transported to Hudson County Correctional Facility.


  1. Did the people he stole from get there stuff back, or did the people he sold to get charged with receiving stolen property there must be more to this incident, Once again the H.P.D. did a great job,