A Pine Bluff man was arrested Monday after he reportedly confessed to a residential burglary.

A Pine Bluff man was arrested Monday after he reportedly confessed to a residential burglary.

Antonio Jenkins, 21, reportedly told police he broke into a house in central Pine Bluff on May 10, but left without taking anything, Deputy Prosecutor Bryan Achorn said during a court hearing for Jenkins on Tuesday.

Detective Jeremy Funderburg reported that Jenkins walked into the Detective Division Office and said he wanted to confess to the burglary.

Jenkins reportedly told police that he borrowed a car and drove to 1705 Chestnut St., then broke into the house.

Achorn said Jenkins told police he stacked items from the house at the back door, but when he heard someone enter the front of the house, he left the residence.

Pine Bluff District Judge John Kearney set a $10,000 bond for Jenkins, who Achorn said had no prior convictions or pending charges, after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to file charges of residential burglary against Jenkins.

Kearney appointed the Public Defenderís Office to represent Jenkins, and told him to come back to court July 17.