A reported burglary Christmas afternoon led to the arrest of two men seen leaving the house carrying a flat-screen television and putting it into a vehicle.

A reported burglary Christmas afternoon led to the arrest of two men seen leaving the house carrying a flat-screen television and putting it into a vehicle.

Deputy Prosecutor Maxie Kizer said Coreyonte Milton, 19, and Darryl Broady, 19, were inside the vehicle when police stopped it and found the television inside.

Detective Brad Vilches reported police were sent at about 6 p.m. to 2017 W. 26th Ave., where a witness reported seeing the men load the television into an older model Chevrolet Tahoe with temporary license tags before getting in and leaving.

Kizer said the resident at the house told police she went to work at 7 a.m. and when she returned, found the front door kicked in and the television missing.

Vilches reported that when Broady was questioned, he said that Milton had called him earlier in the day and wanted to “hit a lick.”

Kizer said Broady had no prior convictions or pending charges, while Milton has charges pending in circuit court for residential burglary and theft of property.

Pine Bluff District Judge John Kearney set a $25,000 bond for Milton and Broady and told both of them to come back to court Feb. 21.

Both men said they would hire their own attorneys.