Niagara Falls man arrested for trying to sell stolen bike worth $10K


A Niagara Falls man has been arrested after he allegedly tried to sell a stolen high-end bicycle worth more than $10,000.

The custom Swiss-made BMC Impec bicycle was reported stolen from a tourist’s vehicle last July.

At the time, police were investigating a rash of high-end bicycle thefts targeting tourist areas in Niagara Falls.

Kody Mousney, 27, was arrested on Tuesday and is facing six charges including trafficking property obtained by crime, driving while under suspension, and fail to comply with probation order.

He is scheduled to appear in a St. Catharines court on Wednesday.


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Well that was pretty stupid.