Comments for: Man who worked in County afterschool program pleads guilty to possessing child pornography

Posted Aug. 07, 2012, at 3:46 p.m.

BANGOR | A Fort Fairfield man who worked with an Aroostook County afterschool program pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court to possession of child pornography. Jake B. Rogeski, 24, will be held without bail pending his sentencing. U.S. District Judge John Woodcock said Tuesday that a sentencing date …

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  • Anonymous

    Give him the maximum sentence Judge, because he won’t get what he really deserves.

  • Anonymous

    6 to eight weeks? I could sentence him in 6 to 8 seconds. LIFE!!

  • Anonymous

    I hope the next time a referendum question comes up re. allocating more money for Maine’s prison, voters stop and really think.  I’m tired of hearing dumb comments such as, “Oh sure, so they can have cable tv, a heated swimming pool, etc.  I don’t think so.”  Support these issues, so we will have the room to put these abusers away for a long time.  Because of overcrowding, judges often find shorter sentences the only solution.

  • Nope. out of staters dont laugh at mainers when they read stories like these

    • Being from Fort I was thinking just the opposite.I have never even heard that name so I am thinking out of state.   Where they are from originaly should be reported also.

  • Anonymous

    I truly am disgusted with these criminals.  Sex offenders, child pornographers are never rehabilitated.
    the stats prove it.  I have a simple plan alternative ….. castrate them all before they enter prison to do their sentence.  My goodness …. that may send  a message!  Duh.  Nothing else seems to work.

  • Anonymous

    Mr. Grant I am not sure what part of Fort you are from but this town is not very big.  This POS was raised in Fort his father is Steve and his mother works for the school system.  I hope that he will get the MAX time for this.

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