June 19, 2018
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Police arrest three in Calais burglary

By Sharon Kiley Mack, BDN Staff

CALAIS, Maine — Quick police work solved the burglary of a local doughnut shop in less than six hours Wednesday.

Joseph Ferreria, 23, Alan Harless, 30, and Nick Stanhope, 23, all of Calais, were arrested at 12 Lowell St. after an investigation by Calais Patrolman Cody Fenderson and the execution of a search warrant.

The three were charged with burglarizing the Dunkin’ Donuts store at about 2:15 a.m. The store was closed at the time, but police provided few details about burglary.

The search warrant was executed by Fenderson, Chief David Randall, Sgt. Christopher Donahue, and Patrolman David Claroni. Donahue said evidence of the crime was collected at the residence, but he did not indicate what that evidence was.

Donahue said Fenderson conducted “an excellent investigation.”

Donahue said the burglary is a Class C crime and items taken from the business included, but were not limited to, money. He set the amount taken at between $1,000 and $10,000.

Bail was set at $1,000 cash on each suspect and a Jan. 25, 2010, court date was set.



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