Second suspect nabbed in burglary at cyclist's home

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A second suspect has been arrested in the theft of $250,000 of cars, bicycling equipment, collectibles and awards during the February burglary of a world-class cyclist's home.

Police say they arrested Craig Carlisle, 43, as he walked up to his girlfriend's home in West Valley City Thursday evening.

Both Carlisle and 39-year-old Leopold Howard have now been booked in connection with the case. Police say the two took various items from cyclist David Zabriskie's home. Some of those belongings included two cars, a racing medal, an Olympic ring, 13 bicycles, computers, space legs and seven Marvel comic statues.

Officers so far have recovered one bicycle, some bicycle parts, two of Zabriskie's vehicles and some smaller personal items, such as luggage and an espresso machine. Both men are being held without bail.

Steve Gehrke