Comments for: Littleton man on the run for seven months arrested in Kansas

Posted July 17, 2012, at 11:13 a.m.

LITTLETON | A Littleton man who has been wanted by police for about seven months in connection with a methamphetamine lab discovered last year on Main Street in Presque Isle has been captured. Darrell Crandall, division commander of the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, said Tuesday that Ronald Lewis, 22, …

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  • Anonymous

    You can run but, you can’t hide. Now come back and do your time.

  • Anonymous

    I kinda wish he’d done something stupid (illegal) there in Kansas because I’d rather him be there than here.  Keep these scumbags off the street!!

  • Anonymous

    22 years old, made meth and sold it, ran from police and will face charges, along with friends.  Law enforcement always finds out but when you’re high but that doesn’t matter because you’re drifting on a cloud where they can’t get you.. ~
    Stay away from drugs, you’ll never regret it.  There’s so much bad that can happen when your mind is clouded and so much good when your mind is sharp.

  • Anonymous

    Topeka, meth, sadly a logical combination.

  • Anonymous

    Blame Breaking Bad.

  • Anonymous

     sometimes it takes awhile but some criminals do get caught. Good Job to those involved.

  • They’ll spend a fortune extraditing him, bring him back to Maine where they will spend another fortune trying him, then he’ll get two years with all but 30 days suspended.  

    He’ll learn in jail that he can get all the drugs he needs at the local methadone clinic at our expense.  He’ll also learn that he’s disabled and is eligible for a monthly check, payment for transportation, food stamps and heating assistance.  He’ll get bored sitting around with nothing to do, so we’ll see him here again… IMHO shortly.

    “It is insane to keep doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.”

    • Anonymous

      I agree

    • Anonymous

      LOL. Make him walk all the way back shackled and wearing a pink jump suit. Now, that would be funny.

  • Anonymous

    ha ha!

  • Anonymous

    This is not his 1st time running. Just did a Google search, he ran from police in June 2010.

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