Comments for: Search to continue Wednesday for missing Freeport man last seen at Chickenfest

Posted April 24, 2012, at 12:22 p.m.
Last modified April 24, 2012, at 9:59 p.m.

HOWLAND | A ground and air search for a Freeport man who went missing over the weekend after attending a college party in the woods ended Tuesday evening without success but authorities and family members plan to renew their efforts Wednesday morning. Maine game wardens and state police were …

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  • Anonymous

    Keep talking about this. Keep sharing.

    Best wishes to friends and family…

  • A lot of people going missing in Maine this year, hopefully he surfaces safe and soon!

  • Anonymous

    The article doesn’t say, but when was he missing? Did his band not get to play because the police came, indicating that he went off with someone or into the woods? I hope for him and his family that he’s just hanging somewhere with friends and hasn’t seen the news. I hope they are doing a good search of the area too. It said here helicopter but is there also a ground search organized other than by family?
    Edited later: Thank-you for the more complete info. I hope and pray they find him soon.

  • That would be a Maine FOREST Service helicopter!  The Warden Service doesn’t operate any rotary winged aircraft.

    • Guest

      Whats your point? A man is still missing. Stay focused grasshopper

      • Anonymous

         Just wants the article to be accurate, nothing wrong with that.

        • Guest

          Not that it matters but yesterdays article to which he was referencing clearly stated the chopper was from the forest service. It also stated that in the caption for the photo of the chopper. Smoke another one fellas. Its really helping

  • have there been any updates?

  • Anonymous

    Hopefully he wandered out in the woods, found an old camp and is sitting by the fire as we speak!! I hope he is found safe.

  • Bob

    With all the rain we have had not being prepared we do have to worry . 

  • My prayers go out to this young man and his family….

  • Anonymous

    Let’s hope he took off with some friends and is doing fine!  There is so little known at this time
    so we shouldn’t jump to conclusions.    I attended parties like this, maybe not so big, when I was in college many years ago.  Fortunately, we all had fun and nothing (too) bad happened but times are different.   Canadian beer and a little weed but …. again times have changed.       

  • Anonymous

    If the students at UMaine have developed something so interesting and fun that they are willing to set up in East Podunk it make it happen, then the University should act like a University and find a way to have the event on campus. 

    • I suspect the kids don’t want it on campus because, ” the area is littered with broken alcohol bottles and drug
      paraphernalia. Zig-Zag rolling papers and what appeared to be several
      empty drug packages were visible at the scene Tuesday.” That doesn’t sound like the kind of party campus police are going to allow without making some arrests.

      • Anonymous

        This is different from any festival…how? On or off campus, on the moon, wherever, adults will do what they please and enjoy themselves as they wish. Regardless, in no way is your comment helpful.

        Once again I say – stay focused, share this story. The more people who see Mr. Levasseur’s face the better the chance of finding the young man.

    • Anonymous

       Right.  The University should facilitate illegal use of drugs and alcohol for its students because they are “interesting and fun”. THAT’S what Universities are for. 

      The entitleist left has been heard from.

  • Anonymous

    All of the county hopes this story has a happy ending. To bad it is this week in all the foul weather but county men are tough so if anyone can walk out of this it would be a county man. I grew up with Dan and his family in Caribou and we all wish them well. We will keep you in our thoughts through this the toughest thing a parent would ever have to go through just not knowing. stay strong Dan, David and especially Dean. Love to the Levasseurs.

  • Anonymous

    Dan, Deanna and the entire Levasseur and Cyr families, it may be of little help, but we’re all hoping for the best possible outcome.  Know that there are alot of prayers, love and well wishes being sent your way. 

  • Guest

    Good luck to the searchers and family.

    • PaulNotBunyan

      Notice where it says

      Posted April 24, 2012, at 12:22 p.m.
      Last modified April 24, 2012, at 9:59 p.m

      These stories often get corrected after they are posted. Smoke another one.

      • Guest

        seriously…WHATS THE POINT? Who cares where the damn chopper is from. It could be Donald Trumps choppper…it wouldnt change the fact that a loved one is missing. Stay focused through the cloud of dope smoke.

        • PaulNotBunyan

          You edited your own inane comment that I was replying to in the first place. Nice try.

          • Guest

            I actually edited it and  reposted it to the person I was speaking to and it wasnt you Sir. Have a nice day…or try to.

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