Gentleman arrested for sneaking into New York police station, spotted in commanding officer's office

On Wednesday night, Carlos Luciano, 28, allegedly snuck through a window at a New York Police Department station in the Bronx. Officers spotted him inside a deputy inspector's office but he gave chase throughout the building until they were able to grab him.

According to police, Luciano lives a half-mile from the police station and has never had trouble with the law before.

From the New York Post:

He was arrested without incident and charged with burglary, criminal trespass and criminal mischief, cops said. 

His motive was unclear Thursday.

image: crop of "Front view of the NYPD Bx 52nd Police Precinct Station House and Stable. Norwood Bronx." by Hugo L. González (CC BY-SA 4.0)