BELLEROSE — A Bellerose man was charged with burglary after he allegedly broke into a neighbor’s house, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said.
William Mason, 46, of 84-21 246th St. in Bellerose, was allegedly found in the bathroom of a house at 84-13 246th St. between 2 p.m. and 3:41 p.m. June 14 after his neighbor heard a noise, according to the criminal complaint.
The neighbor escorted Mason out of the house through the front door when the neighbor allegedly saw Mason walk back to the side of the house and take a chair from underneath the bathroom window and put the chair back in the backyard of the neighbor’s home, the complaint said.
Mason was arraigned on burglary charges June 15 before Queens Criminal Court Judge Ira Margulis, who set bail at $7,500, a spokeswoman for Brown said.
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