An investigation into a residential burglary on the north side of Pine Bluff Thursday resulted in the arrest of two men who were allegedly involved.

An investigation into a residential burglary on the north side of Pine Bluff Thursday resulted in the arrest of two men who were allegedly involved.

Zeavon Irby, 21, and Nathaniel Jackson, 18, were identified as grandsons of the victim. Detective Mike Sweeney said in a probable cause affidavit the two got a key to the house off the key ring of a relative.

The burglary was reported at a house in the 2200 block of Saracen Street, where a 19-inch television and two video-game systems were reported missing.

Irby and Jackson were identified as possible suspects by the victim, who told police Irby and Jackson “did not have permission to enter the house.”

Pine Bluff District Judge John Kearney set a $15,000 bond for Jackson Friday after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge him with residential burglary.

A $25,000 cash only bond was set for Irby on the same allegations because Irby is currently on probation after pleading guilty to robbery and theft of property charges.