A 33-year-old man was arrested this weekend for allegedly setting multiple fires at a Jewish university in Manhattan Less than 24 hours later, he was arrested again for breaking into a backyard on Staten Island, police said.

According to authorities, Peter Weyand busted through the door at Yeshiva University's all-female Schottenstein Residence Hall early Friday morning, then used matches meant for Hanukkah to light three separate fires inside the dorm.

Firefighters quickly put out the blaze, and no one was injured. Weyand was charged with arson, burglary with criminal intent, reckless endangerment of property, criminal mischief, criminal trespass and aggravated harassment.

“Attacking any religious institution is a serious crime and we have zero tolerance for acts of arson in this city," said FDNY Fire Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro. Authorities do not believe the incident was a hate crime.

Weyand was set free without bail. He was arrested following day, after he allegedly kicked down a Staten Island family's fence and broke into their backyard. He was charged with criminal trespass and criminal mischief.

It's also reported that on December 5th, Weyand was arrested for an incident involving his housemate in Brooklyn. According to the Daily News, he "allegedly pull[ed]a pocket knife on his 22-year-old roommate following a dispute over loud music. The roommate locked himself inside a bedroom inside the apartment on Bushwick Ave. near Hart St. as Weyand taunted him, saying, 'Here, piggy, piggy, piggy,' police sources said."

Attorneys for Weyand did not immediately respond to a request for comment.