The New York Court of Appeals has suspended a Suffolk County District Court judge who was arrested last week and charged with burglary after he was caught with women’s underwear that he allegedly stole from a private residence.

The state’s high court suspended Suffolk County District Judge Robert Cicale, 49, with pay, but gave the judge an April 12 deadline to submit papers to state his position as to whether or not his suspension should be continued and, if so, if he should be paid during that time.

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