A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a Warren man who police said was found sleeping inside of a burglarized home.

Officers were called to the house in the 300 block of Washington St. NE early Sunday morning for an alarm.

The homeowner also came to the house and said he noticed that the back door had been kicked in. He said he looked inside and saw a man laying on the floor in the dining room.

Police said the suspect, 33-year-old Matthew Wilson, was still asleep on the floor. 

Police said upon waking up, Wilson did not appear to know where he was but realized that it wasn’t his home.

According to a police report, the door of the house had been kicked open and the door frame was broken. Nothing appeared to be missing from the house. 

The homeowner told police that no one was living in the house at the time, but he had been using it as a rental property. 

Wilson was charged with burglary on Monday after officers spoke with prosecutors. A warrant was issued for his arrest, according to court records. 

Police noted that Wilson was accused of trying to break into a home on Washington Street in February. Officers arrested him before he got inside, and he ended up being found guilty of disorderly conduct, according to court records.