Dryden, N.Y. — A Lansing man was arrested by the Tompkins County Sherriff’s Department after burglarizing a Dryden home, according to law enforcement.

Timothy Troy, 30, was arrested after officers observed him walking away from a Baker Hill Road residence.

He took some property from the residence, located in Dryden, around 1 p.m. on Monday, deputies said.

Troy entered the residence and was confronted by the owner just before the police were called, according to a sherriff’s department press release.

Upon further investigation, police discovered that the residence had signs of forced entry.

Troy was charged with the felonies of burglary and attempted burglary and the misdemeanors of two counts of Criminal Possession of Stolen Property. He was also accused of several vehicle and traffic violations.

Troy was sent to the Tompkins County Jail without bail.

Kyle Friend

A senior at Cornell University, Kyle covers the affordable housing crisis for the Ithaca Voice. Reach him through e-mail: kyleafriend@gmail.com.