WESTLAKE -- Two Cleveland men were arrested a day after they stole a pickup truck and trailer loaded with landscaping equipment from a Westlake company, according to police.
Daniel Grablovic, 29, and Willie Farley, 50, are both charged with breaking and entering and felony theft.
According to police, a Ford F250 with a trailer attached was taken from a Canterbury Road business on Monday night. It was located on Train Avenue by Cleveland police on Tuesday, and the pair was arrested by Westlake police.
They are also accused of stealing air compressors and other property the same night from a Bassett Road roofing company. The air compressors were found at Farley's home.
Farley's criminal record goes back to 1991 and includes numerous convictions for felony theft, breaking and entering, receiving stolen property, passing bad checks and aggravated theft. He has been in and out of the Ohio prison system, and common pleas court documents also refer to federal cases against him, according to Westlake police.
In fact, he was arrested in Westlake in 2012 for crimes similar to the recent ones he is accused of.
Grablovic's record begins in 2007 and includes receiving stolen property-motor vehicle, burglary, felony fleeing, grand theft, grand theft-motor vehicle, breaking and entering and a probation violation. He has also done time in the Ohio prison system, according to Westlake police.
Both Farley and Grablovic are in the Westlake City Jail.