Comments for: Bangor transient talks his way into ex’s home, assaults her, police say

Posted Aug. 09, 2012, at 4:09 p.m.

BANGOR | He had a good story — people were after him and he feared for his life — and that apparently was enough for him Sunday to get inside the home of his ex-girlfriend, who has an active protection order against him, police say. Once inside, Jeffrey Mayhew …

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  • Anonymous

    What a package !  Homeless, jobless, druggie, and a violent woman beater… Just can’t understand why he can’t seem to keep a girlfriend, hmmm.

    • Anonymous

      His girlfriend should go to jail as well for letting him in while she has a protection order against him.

      • Anonymous

        You probably don’t realize that batterers are usually very manipulative, or that blaming the victim just helps perpetuate domestic violence. While she made an unwise choice, to say the least, I do not think someone should be punished for having compassion. Even if he did not deserve it.

        • Anonymous

          stop making excuses for women who indanger themselves with bad behavior.

        • Anonymous

          I’m not sure but have heard that when you get a protection order on someone the judge is very direct that ANY contact on EITHER parties behalf is AGAINST the law? Maybe not?

  • Anonymous

    Huh, they don’t get that much for breaking a PA. My daughter’s ex broke his twice and the last time got 5 days!

  • Anonymous

    What a lowlife. No excuse for hitting a woman.

  • Guest

    I wonder how he’ll do in jail against someone his own size and gender?

  • Anonymous

    Wait a tick, I thought marijuana users were non violent. FOR SHAME!!!

    • Anonymous

      Good thing he’s a pot head, otherwise he might have used a GUN.

  • Anonymous

     no bail until trial wouldn’t be a bad thing!

  • County Escapee

    I’m in fear for my life!
    Okay. You wait right out there on the steps and I’ll call the cops for you.

    Now wasn’t that easy?

  • Id bet its the same woman.

  • Anonymous

    This is why you never sympathize with the one who beats you up. They are the very embodiment of the statement that “no good deed goes unpunished”.  Given what he is like, I would not be surprised if he really had peole after him. Like the fathers and brothers of the women he beat up in the past.

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