A Massapequa teen who was arrested last month for a series of car break-ins, has been charged with a burglary that took place last week, police said.
Keith Barkan, 18 allegedly entered a home on St. Mark's Place on Oct. 18 and took jewelery.
He then pawned the jewelry at two local shops, according to police who said that officers going over pawn records discovered it was stolen property.
Police said they also discovered that Barkan had sold iPod to a local Gamestop that had been stolen in a car break-in on St. Mark's place in July.
On Sept. 8 Barkan was charged in connection with five other car break-ins after he allegedly used a used a stolen credit card at a Merrick Road 7-Eleven.
He was charged Friday with burglary 2nd and criminal possession of stolen property.