Comments for: Spat over woman leads to 3 arrests in Waterville, police say

Posted Oct. 23, 2012, at 5:07 p.m.
Last modified Oct. 23, 2012, at 5:38 p.m.

WATERVILLE | A conflict between two men over a woman resulted in three people, including a teenage girl, being arrested Monday night, according to police. The trouble started when Clifford Dumont, 20, and a man at a Water Street apartment were sending each other threatening text messages, Waterville Deputy …

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  • Anonymous

    This is a great example of how not to resolve your differences with others.

  • David Gregg

    People busting in my door would be met with a kind word from my 12 gauge

  • I dont see how they weren’t charged with criminal threatening as well as the other charges. Its a serious thing to break into someones home. They’re lucky the home owner didn’t own any firearms. (If the home owner did) it probably would of been a lot different.

    • Anonymous

      The article would then read that the police found assault weapons in the home .

  • Anonymous

    “tallegedly hreatened” – no excuse for not susing pellcheck

    • Anonymous

      And how ’bout “Spat over woman…”  It could be interpreted that a woman who’d been spat over leads to the arrest of 3.

  • Anonymous

    What’s a 14yr old girl doing with a 20 yr old man and a 32 yr old man? Seems like the last person to release her to is her parents. If my daughter pulled that stunt the best thing they can do is keep her in juvee because the beating she would get from me would land me in jail and her in the hospital.

  • jdtex

    Reminds me of the Elvis song: “In the Ghetto.”  Kids don’t stand much of a chance there, as most families are broken, with dad out drinking, and mom getting a new tattoo.

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