Man Charged with Violating Protective Order and Trespass

On Monday April 20 around 11:00pm Greenwich Police arrested a Bridgeport man at a residential property in Glenville.

Esteban Francisco Sebourne, 66, was prohibited from being 100 yards of the property and was not supposed to be at the residence or have any contact with the resident.

The resident was concerned because Mr. Sebourne had repeatedly shown up at the house and had in the past shown up at her previous addresses claiming to be married to her mother.

Despite being warned, Mr. Sebourne returned to the residence again and waited outside after receiving no response at the door.

Sebourne was arrested and charged with Violating a Standing Criminal Protective Order, Interfering with an Officer/Resisting Arrest, and Criminal Trespass 1st Degree.

While at police headquarters Sebourne refused to be fingerprinted, which resulted in an additional charge of Failure to Comply with Fingerprint Regulations.

His bond was set at $1,000, which he was unable to post. He was assigned a date in Stamford Superior Court on June 4, 2020.