November 24, 2017
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Camden man charged in connection with business burglaries

By Stephen Betts, BDN Staff
Updated:
Courtesy of Knox County Jail | BDN
Courtesy of Knox County Jail | BDN
Matthew Donaher

CAMDEN, Maine — A Camden man is free on bail after police charged him in connection with two business break-ins during the past month.

Matthew Donaher, 28, was arrested Wednesday by Camden police Detective Curt Andrick and charged with two counts of burglary. Donaher was taken to the Knox County Jail in Rockland and released on $250 cash bail.

Donaher is accused of breaking into Coastal Automotive on John Street, owned by Camden Select Board member John French, and stealing inspection stickers. That break-in occurred July 11, according to Camden police.

Donaher also is accused of breaking into Scott’s Place, a food stand on Route 1 in Camden, on Aug. 11, and stealing food, police reported.

Police are not releasing additional information on how the investigation led to Donaher.

The Camden man is scheduled to make his first court appearance on Oct. 30.


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