PARIS — A Stow man was arrested late Monday night at Bridgton on a 9-year-old burglary warrant he said he didn’t know about.
Shaun R. Grady, 44, was indicted on theft and burglary charges in 2003 in a case where more than $1,000 in jewelry and coins was stolen from a Waterford home.
According to attorney Maurice Porter, who represented Grady at his arraignment Wednesday, Grady didn’t know about the indictment until Bridgton police officer Donald MacCormack asked for his identification Monday night at Bridgton Hospital.
After running Grady’s name, MacCormack learned of the warrant and took Grady to the Oxford County Jail. Porter said Grady is a disabled veteran who was at the hospital for treatment related to an injury.
Grady was released Wednesday on personal recognizance. He is set to appear in Oxford County Superior Court on May 9.