SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - A Chicopee man has pleaded guilty to a number of charges after setting fire to buildings he considered "eyesores".
Berkshire District Attorney David Capeless says Stuart Zebrowski, 55, pleaded guilty on Monday in the Berkshire Superior Court.
Zebrowski pleaded guilty to three counts of Burning a Building, nine counts of Burning Wood or Other Property, four counts of Breaking and Entering a Building in the Daytime with Intent to Commit a Felony, two counts of Larceny from a Building and five counts of Larceny Under $250.
Zebrowski set four empty buildings on fire, started 15 brush fires, and broke into several homes from 2009 until April 2012 while on his route as a delivery driver for a Springfield laundry company.
Judge Agostini has ruled Zebrowski to serve concurrent 4 to 7 year State Prison sentences at the Massachusetts Correctional Institution at Cedar Junction on the charges of Burning a Building and Breaking and Entering a Building in the Daytime with Intent to Commit a Felony. He was also given concurrent jail time on the other charges.
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