An alleged burglary at a Henderson State University dormitory in December has brought charges against two men.

An alleged burglary at a Henderson State University dormitory in December has brought charges against two men.
Darian Hammonds, 20, of North Little Rock and Anthony Tate Jr., 19, of Hot Springs both face in Clark County Circuit Court counts of Class B felony residential burglary, Class D felony theft of property and two misdemeanors of theft by receiving.
HSU police were notified of the incident by a complainant from West Hall, who upon returning to his residence had found it locked. Hearing noise and things being moved around from within, the victim knocked on the door and was greeted by two men. Asked if they had been invited inside, they confirmed that they had and departed.
The caller looked through his property and found an H.P. laptop computer missing. The two men, later identified as the defendants, were spotted leaving West Hall’s east rear door. Video footage later showed them entering East Hall with a black Nike backpack in their possession. The bag also had been reported stolen from the West Hall room.
It was discovered that Hammonds and Tate were residents of East Hall. The backpack was reportedly located later on Tate's bed. It allegedly contained PlayStation 4 equipment, which had been reported stolen from the West Hall room.
Through the viewing of Game Stop security footage, the defendants were reportedly seen selling a PlayStation controller.
Hammonds and Tate have been issued no contact orders. They could each face up to 20 years for burglary.