Pair face B&E charges in Brewster

BREWSTER – Brewster Police report that on Friday just before 1:00 a.m. they were dispatched to an alarm call at 26 Wampum Drive, a commercial building in Brewster. Upon arrival officers observed a female party running from the area. A quick search of the building revealed some articles of clothing that had apparently been left behind by one or more suspects. While canvassing the area, officers located a male party in the area who appeared to be intoxicated and unable to give a clear story as to why he was in the area at that time. A K9 unit arrived from the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office and was able to track from the male subject’s location directly back to the crime scene.

Upon further investigation, an article of clothing that had been left behind was matched to the male party and he subsequently confessed to breaking into the building. After identifying the male party, officers were able to discover the identity of the woman who had fled the scene. She was located outside of a residence on Underpass Road. She initially denied any involvement, however, a sneaker left at the scene was matched to her.

Paul J. Curtis, 30, of Boston, MA, and Amanda May Condinho, 27, of Brewster, were arrested and brought to the Brewster Police Department where they were charged with B&E Nighttime and Malicious Destruction over $250. In addition, Condinho was also charged with possession of a Class C Substance (Klonopin). Both were due to be arraigned at Orleans District Court later Friday morning.
Media release furnished by Brewster Police
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