Comments for: Knox County lobster co-op manager accused of embezzling from organization

Posted Oct. 03, 2012, at 4:26 p.m.

SOUTH THOMASTON | The long-time wharf manager of one of the largest fishermen’s cooperatives in the state was arrested Thursday afternoon and charged with embezzling a large amount of money from the organization’s members. Robert Thompson, 51, of St. George was arrested for felony theft, according to Knox County …

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  • Anonymous

    That’s all the lobster men needed this year with the price of lobsters so low. If it is a large amount of money good luck having it paid back. A damn shame.!!!

  • Anonymous

    I wonder how he spent it?
    Do people really think they will get away with this type of theft.  Eventually you will be found out! 

  • Typical….people always trying to get something for nothing these days. Hope everyone has an awesome Christmas this year.

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