Christopher Rose, 27, of 28 Ira Court, was arraigned Oct. 24 at First District Court in Hempstead on a second-degree burglary charge. He was ordered held in lieu of $10,000 bail.
Police said Rose is responsible for a break-in at a home on Emily Street in Massapequa. The alleged incident occurred at the vacant home on Aug. 14 when cops received a call for suspicious activity near the home, a news release said.
When officers arrived, they found the house was under renovation. An investigation led them to find a stove, refrigerator and two bathroom vanities had been moved to the backyard.
Investigators reportedly found blood left at the scene and then matched it to Rose. It was unclear if Rose’s DNA was already on file with police.
Detectives said he voluntarily surrendered himself Wednesday.
He is due back in court on Nov. 1.