Marlborough man faces breaking and entering charges


Marlborough man faces breaking and entering charges
Urvin Rodriguez Rivera has been charged after police responded to Essex Street. (Photo/Laura Hayes)

MARLBOROUGH – Marlborough police have arrested a man after he allegedly broke into a vehicle.

Urvin Rodriguez Rivera, 31, of Marlborough, has been charged with breaking and entering into a vehicle/boat nighttime for felony. 

At 1:21 a.m. May 7, the reporting party called the Marlborough Police Department and reported that a man was breaking into a vehicle on Essex Street.

According to the statement of facts filed in Marlborough District Court,  when police arrived, they saw a man – later identified as Rodriguez Rivera – exiting a BMW that was parked in a driveway.

Police wrote that when they spoke with Rodriguez Rivera, he had a “slight” odor of an alcoholic beverage. According to court documents, he told police he was trying to get into his vehicle that was parked in his driveway. 

The owner of the vehicle told police that the vehicle didn’t have any damage. 

Rodriguez Rivera was arraigned in Marlborough District Court on May 8. A judge released him on his own recognizance. One of the conditions of his release was to stay away from the residence on Essex Street. 

He will return to court on June 22.

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