(Watertown) A Watertown man was sentenced Wednesday to two years in prison and four years of extended supervision for a residential break-in. Gavin Moskow entered a no contest plea in April to one felony count of Burglary of a Building or Dwelling. Watertown police were dispatched to a reported burglary in the spring of last year. Upon arrival, officers noticed a broken window, a hammer, and a drop of blood. Residents said that they could not find anything that was missing but noted that it would cost roughly $200 dollars to fix the damages. The hammer and blood was collected and DNA tests were done to find possible matches. Prosecutors say the results came back matching the DNA found on the hammer with a burglary case in Washington County which led police to Moskow. The 20-year-old consented to swab test. The results from that test matched the DNA found at the crime scene.