West York Police on Wednesday morning arrested a man who allegedly burglarized the same house twice in just over two months.
Elizjah Moon Shue, 18, was arrested at a home in the borough about 9:30 a.m. He will be charged with burglary and related offenses.
On New Year's Eve, a man who was house-sitting at a home in the 110 block of West King Street heard a noise and saw a light on in the basement, police said.
The man went into the basement and was confronted by Shue, who ran upstairs and out a back door, police said. Police said Shue knew the homeowner was not home at the time but did not know someone was house-sitting.
Police previously charged Shue with burglary on Sept. 14 for allegedly burglarizing the same house. During that break-in, Shue allegedly stole $1,000, two cases of beer and jewelry, police said.
Shue was released from county prison on Dec. 13, after his $5,000 bail was reduced to $5,000 unsecured bail, meaning he didn't have to come up with any money to be released.