An investigation into a reported burglary at a house on the west side of Pine Bluff Tuesday resulted in the arrest of two men suspected of not only that burglary, but a second at a house in the same area.

An investigation into a reported burglary at a house on the west side of Pine Bluff Tuesday resulted in the arrest of two men suspected of not only that burglary, but a second at a house in the same area.

Lorenzo Kellon, 20, and Delevyon Wickett, 20, were taken into custody after police found them in a vehicle which matched the description of one seen at the first burglary.

During a court hearing Thursday, Deputy Prosecutor Maxie Kizer said police were sent to 3305 Iris St. at 12:44 p.m. Wednesday to investigate a reported burglary and found a door kicked in.

Detective Sgt. Edna Butler reported that an X-box and 40 games were missing and the suspects also tried to take a computer from the house. A witness reported seeing a white Ford Expedition at the house.

Kizer said a short time later, officers were called to 2603 Howard Drive in response to another burglary. The victim reported that two men had come to his house earlier. He said Wickett, whom he knew, was one of the men, but he did not know the other.

The victim reported that tires and rims were taken from his residence, Butler said in her report.

Kizer said police found the white Ford Expedition, with Wickett and Kellon inside, after a short search, and located tires and rims in the back.

At Kizer’s request, Pine Bluff District Judge John Kearney ruled prosecutors had probable cause to charge Wickett and Kellon with two counts of residential burglary and two counts of theft of property, and set their bonds at $25,000 each.

Kizer said Kellon, who initially gave police a false name, had “multiple failures to appear” in district court while Wickett has pending charges of aggravated robbery, theft of property, and two counts of aggravated residential burglary.

Kearney appointed the Public Defender’s Office to represent Wickett and Kellon and told them to come back to court Jan. 12 at 9 a.m.