November 1, 2013

Maine men arrested in two-county burglary spree

Police believe the pair is responsible for up to a dozen break-ins in Penobscot and Piscataquis counties.

The Associated Press

BANGOR – Maine authorities say two men have been arrested in connection with a months-long burglary spree in Penobscot and Piscataquis counties.

Police say 43-year-old Paul St. Onge of Hudson and 37-year-old Eugene Horn of Bangor are being held in lieu of bail.

Police believe the pair is responsible for up to a dozen burglaries to businesses, houses and seasonal properties. It was not immediately known if the two men are being represented by lawyers.

They’re accused of stealing electronics, furniture, jewelry, household appliances, guns and trailers, and using Horn’s red Ford Escape sports utility vehicle during the burglaries, which police say started in June.

Authorities believe the two men sold much of the stolen property.

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