Court documents: Old Town man admitted to Milford and Orono robberies

Court documents reveal that Moloney admitted to police when he was arrested in June that he was the one who committed both crimes.


It happened around 7 On Wednesday morning on Route 11 near Dolby Pond.


Police say they found several items that had been stolen from the cars in a vacant house that Charest had allegedly broken into and was living in.



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