October 24, 2017
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Transient accused of threatening to punch OccupyMaine protester

By Ryan McLaughlin, BDN Staff
Updated:
Cumberland County Jail | BDN
Cumberland County Jail | BDN
Kenneth Hubble

PORTLAND, Maine — Portland police made yet another arrest at the OccupyMaine encampment at Lincoln Park over the weekend, Lt. Gary Rogers said Monday.

Kenneth Hubble, a 47-year-old transient, was arrested 1:30 p.m. Saturday and charged with criminal threatening after he threatened to punch another protester.

Rogers said that Hubble had been intoxicated, yelling and confronting people. Hubble is also facing a criminal trespass charge.

Correction: An early version of this story requires correction. The incident took place at Lincoln Park, not Peirce Park.


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