November 21, 2017
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Maine manslaughter convict going back to prison

The Associated Press

FARMINGTON, Maine — A Maine man convicted of manslaughter in 2000 is facing more time behind bars for threatening the mother of his child.

Jeremiah Paulton of Farmington was convicted Tuesday of terrorizing and violating his probation. He met the woman he was convicted of terrorizing after his release from prison in 2005.

Paulton, who’s 26, was ordered to serve seven years of a 20-year sentence for the fatal stabbing of Blain Jasper in 1999. Paulton was 16 at the time but was charged an adult. He pleaded guilty to manslaughter.


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