This article was originally published on on Dec. 26, 2017

CORRY — A city man wrapped up Christmas in the Erie County Prison after police accused him of breaking into a neighbor’s apartment, throwing eggs and stealing electronics.

Charles R. Earls, 19, was in prison on $10,000 bond Tuesday after he was arraigned Monday night by Greene Township District Judge Susan Strohmeyer on burglary, criminal trespass, theft and criminal mischief charges.

Corry police charge that Earls used a hammer to break into the Franklin Street apartment of a female neighbor shortly before 10 a.m. Monday. Once inside the apartment, Earls broke items, threw eggs on the walls and stole $400 in assorted electronics, police reported Tuesday morning.

Details on the apprehension of Earls were not available Tuesday morning.