Comments for: Sedgwick man charged with sexual abuse of minors

Posted Feb. 07, 2012, at 2:10 p.m.

BANGOR | The U.S. Postal Inspection Service has charged a Sedgwick man with felony sexual abuse of minors — a state violation — but is releasing no details about the alleged crime. “The case is still under investigation,” U.S. Postal Inspector Scott Kelley, who handles child pornography cases for …

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  • honey777

    Jeeze, is sexual abuse of children the norm in this state?????

    • Anonymous

      Yep and it will continue as long as the Judges keep suspending their sentences.

    • Anonymous

      Lately it seems to be, cant blame it on the long hard winters. I know what i blame it on , but the people who say the access to porn is there god given right would tell you that we cant blame it on easy access are the same ones who stand in the denial line along with the ex alcoholics and drug users !

      • Anonymous

        I’m not going to disagree in entirety,  but I believe that most people can enjoy some porn,  and not do anything vile.  Some will say drugs fuel these desires,  and with some individuals, that may be.  I’ve done all of your run of the mill,  growing up in the 70’s and 80’s drugs.  Never felt like rape.  I’ve watch some porn,  been to the bars, all the things most young men did,  no desire for children.  I don’t believe it’s drugs nor porn,  just a deranged,  perhaps abused-as-a-child, sicko,  that should have more attention paid to than some things that consume our energy.

  • Anonymous

    If this man was arrested by a postal inspector it is absolutely guaranteed that he will be facing federal charges. His charges most likely will relate to the production of child pornography and the distribution of it.

  • Anonymous

    Five years in prison and a $500 fine.  In other words, we’ll be seeing more victims of the creep in 5 years.

    • Anonymous

      He will not get 5 years we will be lucky if he gets 5 days.

  • Anonymous

    MAN!!! Lets  get off of the trivial bullpoop and start cracking down on this!…..Drugs????  PHHhhhttt.  I don’t care,  peaceful people, “druggies”  or not,  don’t do these things.  Way too many creeps.  Gay marrage,  legalized weed, woopie pies, small potatoes in the stew we’re cooking in.  Prioritize,  and throw a heavy fist.  No hurting the children!

    • Anonymous

      If you See something, Say something.

      Maine State Police Field Troops
      http://www.maine.gov/dps/msp/field_troops/index.html
      Phone numbers for field troop areas

      Report a Crime in Maine, Criminal Investigation E-Mail Tip Line
      http://www.maine.gov/dps/msp/criminal_investigation/tip_line.html
      Please provide us with as much information as possible however,
      you may remain anonymous if you wish.
      Thank You

      NOT for 911 use.

      • Anonymous

        If I see an example of child abuse, I WILL call.  If the abuse is within my reach,  my call will be delayed.  Get off the nonvictim ratting,  though,  will ya.

  • Anonymous

    I didn’t know the USPS could make arrests.  I would have thought they bring in the FBI or State Police.  Interesting.

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