Comments for: Five young adults charged in convenience store burglaries

Posted March 29, 2012, at 12:41 p.m.
Last modified March 29, 2012, at 6:54 p.m.

BANGOR | Five young adults have been charged in connection with three convenience store burglaries that occurred earlier this year in Carmel, Glenburn and Newburgh, Troy Morton, deputy chief of the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office, announced Thursday. “During these burglaries, suspects entered convenience stores (Ye Ole General Store in …

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  • Anonymous

    Cant believe BDN got it right this time and didn’t call them “teenagers”

  • danpo

    From what I heard there have been people up on Ohio St. robbing a market up there. I think it used to be called “Cameron’s Market” not sure what they call it now. I don’t shop at stores like that. Guess there is a lot of that going on these days.  Heck a few years back I had just got off a payphone outside of the Mt. Hope Variety store and walked home. My cell phone had broke so I needed to use the payphone. Anyway, within 10 minutes of my leaving a man robbed the store with a hammer. It made the papers back then.

  • Anonymous

    I bet every single one of these “young adults” grew up with Xbox, Cell Phones and the Wii and has never had to do chores before in their life……

  • Anonymous

    Pillar’s of the community, super Petey will come to their rescue and defend them…

  • Anonymous

    Sad. Sad. Sad.  These are not rich people that own these little Mom and Pop stores.  They never get back the entire ammount of what was taken.  I know a couple of the kids arrested and at least one of the kids who faces arrest and i pray that the court hands down the maximum sentence on all counts, though i fear that Almy’s office will only be concerned with the fines and let them off light when they shouldnt be.

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