BROOKLINE, Mas.. — Police arrested a man early Monday morning breaking into Tampa Bay’s Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady’s home in Massachusetts.
According to WCVB, police responded to Brady’s home in Brookeline and found a 34-year-old homeless man on the property.
The home is currently for sale.
WCVB reports alarms were triggered and caretakers spotted the man on the property with cameras.
When police arrived they spotted the suspect laying on the couch and arrested him.
That suspect was identified as Zanini Cineus, and he is charged with Breaking and Entering in the Nighttime with Intent to Commit a Felony, Attempted Larceny and Trespassing.
When Brady and his family moved to Tampa they were staying at Derek Jeter’s Davis Island mansion, which is currently for sale.
Brady was said to be looking at a $7.5 million home in a private community in Clearwater.