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Maine teen arrested, charged as accomplice in burglaries
DOVER — Police arrested a Maine teen Wednesday afternoon who allegedly served as an accomplice in a string of residential burglaries.
Haley Piche, 18, whose last known address is 178 Whipple Road in Kittery, Maine, was charged with five counts of criminal liability for the conduct of another for allegedly driving Kevin Agnew, 24, whose last known address is 35 Quaker Lane in Barrington, to and from residences in the city.
Agnew, who is being held at Strafford County jail on $100,000 cash bail, was charged with five felony counts of burglary and faces additional charges in connection with other incidents in Berwick, Maine, as well as in Rochester and Rollinsford, according to police.
Agnew allegedly took jewelry and prescription medications from three homes on Glen Hill Road, Blackwater Road and Watson Road May 9, a Spruce Lane residence the following day and a Henry Law Avenue home May 14.
Police arrested Piche around 2:40 p.m. Wednesday. Bail was set at $2,500 personal recognizance bail and Piche is scheduled to be arraigned in Dover Circuit Court June 1 at 8:30 a.m.
Anyone with information about these burglaries or similar incidents should contact Dover police at 742-4646. Those wishing to remain anonymous can provide information to the Dover Crimeline at 749-6000 or at dovernhcrimeline.org.
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