Three Binghamton teenagers and a Johnson City business owner have been charged following an investigation into residential burglaries that happened about an hour apart.

Authorities say 18-year-old Enrique Tramun, 17-year-old Nyquan Williams and 16-year-old Yosef Baker face burglary charges.

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Investigators say they're suspected of entering occupied homes early on the morning of July 9. The first burglary happened on Matthew Street on the West Side around 5 a.m. The second occurred on Jutland Road on the South Side just after 6 a.m.

Baker also was charged in connection with the theft of a vehicle from a residence on Robinson Street on the East Side.

Police arrested 27-year-old Tarek Algahaim, the owner of a Johnson City secondhand shop. Algahaim was charged with criminal possession of stolen property and violating a Johnson City village ordinance requiring licensing of pawn brokers.

Investigators say a laptop computer reported stolen from Jutland Avenue was found in the store. Property taken from the Matthew Street residence was recovered from a vehicle registered to Baker's mother.

The arrests were announced Monday afternoon by Binghamton-Johnson City police chief Joseph Zikuski and Binghamton mayor Richard David.