Apr 27, 2016 1:35 PM
Police: 1 wanted, 2 arrested after car stolen in Maine, burglary in Conway
CONWAY — Police responded to a home burglary where electronics, cash and alcohol had been stolen from the residence, which also led them to the discovery of a stolen car.
Thursday, police got reports that items were stolen from a home on Quint Street in Conway. Witnesses reported that two men had been in the area acting suspicious and driving in a dark colored sedan.
Later that day, police received another report of a suspicious car parked in the area of 6 Main Street, where police found a black 2004 Mercedes Benz sedan which was found to be stolen from a residence in Saco, Maine.
The two individuals located inside the sedan were identified as Derek Grenier, 20 of Biddeford, Maine, and Roxann Cook, 27 of North Conway. Cook was transported to Memorial Hospital to be treated for being under the influence of alcohol.
The investigation also revealed that Grenier’s friend Corey Lyons, 26 of Saco, Maine picked him up in the stolen Mercedes Thursday morning, and the two drove to Conway. Lyons and Grenier are also believed to be the two males responsible for the burglary that occurred on Quint Street.
Once brought back to Conway, Lyons will be charged with receiving stolen property for being in possession of the Mercedes - a Class A felony, and burglary for the residence on Quint Street - a Class B felony. Lyons was previously arrested on March 31 for the theft of a motor vehicle and is currently out on bail for that charge.
Grenier was released on a personal recognizance bail and has been charged with minor in possession, and he will also be charged with conspiracy to commit burglary - a Class B felony.
After leaving the hospital, Cook entered a home on River Road where she was found by police and charged with criminal trespass - a level A misdemeanor. Cook is being held at the Carroll County House of Corrections.