An investigation into a reported burglary last week resulted in the arrest of a man who allegedly pawned some of the stolen items.

An investigation into a reported burglary last week resulted in the arrest of a man who allegedly pawned some of the stolen items.

Adale Gore, 23, reportedly admitted breaking into an apartment on South Olive Street on July 25, Detective Charles Harrison reported in a probable cause affidavit that was read in district court Monday.

Deputy Prosecutor Maxie Kizer said police were sent to the 1700 block of South Olive Street in reference to found property and found a television set on the ground that a witness said had been put there by a black male.

Harrison reported that officers started checking the area and found the door of an apartment at 1717 S. Olive had been kicked in.

When the person who lived in the apartment arrived, they reported that jewelry was missing, Kizer said, and that same day, the victim contacted police and reported finding one of the missing items in a pawn shop in Pine Bluff.

Harrison reported that when Gore was arrested Friday, he waived his right to an attorney and signed a written statement admitting he had broken into the apartment.

Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set a $25,000 bond for Gore, who Kizer said had no prior convictions or pending charges, after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge him with residential burglary and theft of property.

Gore said he would hire his own attorney and was told to come back to court Sept. 10.