Man arrested for allegedly breaking into cars in Greenfield

Man facing several charges

Photo courtesy Greenfield Police Department

GREENFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – A man was arrested in Greenfield after allegedly breaking into two cars Friday.

According to Greenfield Police, a man was unloading his groceries at his home on Conway Street when he saw 48-year-old Timothy Bourbeau rummaging through the inside of his car.

Bourbeau allegedly left the area after he was confronted, and was later found by an officer standing next to another car near the intersection of Columbus and Grove Streets. Greenfield police said the officer tried to talk to Bourbeau, but he allegedly ran away and tried to hide.

Bourbeau was eventually arrested on Grove Street once officers caught him and found items believed to have been stolen from one of the cars. He is being charged with two counts of breaking and entering a motor vehicle at night with intent to commit a felony, two counts of larceny, and possession of burglarious tools.

His bail was set at $1,500.