Man Arrested In Connection With Waterville Robbery
Over the last year, we have heard about a slew of Central Maine robberies. The Camden National Bank in Augusta was robbed in October of 2022, our local Big Apple convenience stores have been robbed several times, a Lewiston Mail Carrier was robbed in February, a Circle K was robbed in January, and in November of 2022, someone robbed the Waterville Goodwill Store.
It looks like another one of those robberies has been solved!
According to an article on the WGME website, police have apprehended a suspect in the robbery of the Waterville Goodwill Store.
The article explains that police have arrested 43 year old Kevin Lee Barr and charged him in connection with the November robbery. He has been charged with Class A robbery and for being in position of fentanyl powder. The fentanyl powder was found following a search of Barr's home.
Kevin Lee Barr is reportedly being held on $10,000 bail at the Kennebec County Jail. The article explains that his next appearance in court will be sometime in May.
*ALL SUSPECTS ARE CONSIDERED INNOCENT UNTIL FOUND GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW*
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