For the third time in eight months, Paul Thomas Harrington has been arrested for burglary.
This time, Harrington is suspected of breaking into a home at the 6200 block of Applewood Road in Woodbury and stealing three bottles of pills. The latest felony burglary charge carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
Harrington, 19, already faces several charges:
Woodbury police during the early-morning hours of May 26 were dispatched to the home, and found the backdoor wide open and damages to a window, according to the criminal complaint.
The next day, officers spoke to a neighbor, who said he saw Harrington in the neighborhood the day of the burglary, according to the complaint.
On June 7, tracked down Harrington and questioned him about the latest incident. He admitted he entered the home and stole the pills, according to the criminal complaint.
He told officers he was under the influence of a controlled substance and didn’t remember anything, but said he pried open a window to enter the home and did not think anyone was home at the time, the complaint says.