Comments for: Two sentenced for role in drug-related death of Caribou woman

Posted April 03, 2012, at 6:28 p.m.

CARIBOU | Two people were sentenced Tuesday for their part in a drug overdose that caused the death of a young Caribou woman. Steven Doughty, 50, and Ashley Martin, 27, both of Caribou, were sentenced in Aroostook County Superior Court by Justice E. Allen Hunter in connection with the …

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  • Anonymous

    Steven….good job getting clean. Good luck in the future. We all make mistakes,that is what gives us the ability to learn and grow.

  • Anonymous

    Wrong answer Collins, try again.

  • “He stepped up and accepted responsibility and made changes in his life,” said Collins. “So that helped his case.” – The most important thing is admitting that you did something wrong and taking responsibility for it. You did a great job in turning your life on the positive light again Steven.

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