POLICE: Greenville Man Broke Into Neighbors' Homes

A man has been charged with breaking into six homes in his own neighborhood.

Police say they caught Connor Williams on Sunday evening after be entered a home on River Hills Drive where people were home. Residents say the man left after realizing people were inside, and they watched him go into another house.

Witnesses called police and they discovered that Williams went to his own house in the next block. Police say the 21-year-old was at first combative and resisted officers.

He was initially charged with breaking and entering, resisting an officer, and assault on a government official.

Detectives have since been able to link Williams to five more break-ins in the River Hills neighborhood, some dating back to November.

He is now charged with five additional counts of breaking and entering, three counts of larceny after breaking, and entering and a count of larceny of a firearm.

Police say several times the man got in through unsecured or broken windows. In one case a front door was kicked in.

Williams is jailed on a $100,000 bond.