Dr. David York

Dr. David York has been charged with possessing child pornography. The Topsham resident was arrested at his home (Congress Circle) on Tuesday evening by the Maine State Police. He worked as a general practitioner with Concentra Medical Centers. He was released on $2,500 bail from Two Bridges Regional Jail on Tuesday night.
The state computer crimes unit seized two computers from his house on Tuesday morning, said State police colonel Patrick Fleming. There were hundreds of videos and images of child porn. The computers are being further examined.
York treated patients in Lewiston and Augusta, and has had a license to practice in Maine since 2018. He has been with Concentra for a year. John Delorimier, a spokesperson for the medical center said that he had been suspended right away. 9 out of 10 patients he treated were adults, according to records.
Most of the files on his computers come from file sharing with other PC users, through a peer-to-peer network. Special Agent Michael McFadden got an arrest warrant on Tuesday afternoon for York. He is one of two new investigators who joined the unit last month. Fleming said that with these two on board, they would be people to do the legwork and that they had the resources to follow up on cases like this.

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