A Warren man is being held in the Lawrence County Jail on $100,000 bond after Neshannock Police said he broke into a Kingschapel Road home.
Jacob B. Dively, 30, of 7982 Venice Heights Dr. N.E., was arraigned Thursday on charges of first-degree felony burglary, second-degree felony criminal trespassing, third-degree felony theft and receiving stolen property and a misdemeanor charge of criminal mischief.
Dively is scheduled for a preliminary hearing Thursday.
Reports said he broke into the home March 25.
Police arrested Dively in the parking lot of the New Castle School of Trades on Pulaski Road. Police noted they found items stolen from the home in his 2012 Honda Civic parked at the school. Reports said they also found suspected heroin and drug paraphernalia.
Dively was released from prison in November after spending two years there on felony burglary and theft charges in Bazetta Township and Howland Township, respectively, records show.