Comments for: LaGrange man charged with burglary after breaking into Glenburn house, police say

Posted Oct. 30, 2012, at 11:18 a.m.

GLENBURN | A LaGrange man is facing a burglary charge after he broke into a house on Beechwood Avenue in Glenburn on Saturday afternoon, police said. Leigh Thomas Dolley, 21, was booked into the Penobscot County Jail on the Class C felony charge, according to Chief Deputy Troy Morton …

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  • Anonymous

    Another article with most of the facts left out or left for imagination, where do they find these reporters?

  • Anonymous

    Deputies were called to the scene around 11 a.m. Saturday, for a break -in that afternoon. No wonder they caught him!! Makes no sense.

    • Anonymous

      Unless he bailed, and then went back that afternoon and broke in again.  Now THAT would be the definition of stoopid!

    • Bill Cat

      Maybe it was those Thought Police, snagged him for what he was planning to do later…  

    • Anonymous

      This article was written using journalisms modern spin off of
      the “5W’s and 1 H” rule most of us were taught years ago.

      Who – Who really cares?

      What- What does this really matter to me?

      When- When do I get paid?

      Why-   Why do I write
      this ####?

      Where- Where can I get a drink?

      and of course…

      How- How did I ever get such a waste of a job after studying
      journalism and accumulating 50k +in student loan debt?

  • jdtex

    I don’t understand his decisions – he looks so intelligent.

  • Anonymous

    Dont let his looks fool you have known him for a while not the first time he has stole

  • Anonymous

    Another great mugshot for the (p)ages.   Stay in school.

  • Anonymous

    “After making bail, Dolley gave his 8 year-old brother five dollars to write this article. “

  • Anonymous

    Hey fella, time to get a real job and start contributing to society, NOT stealing from it!

    •  By contributing to society, you mean supporting the multinational corporations who have turned humans into commodities, right?

      If you think “getting a real job” contributes anything, you are living in a strange place. Yeah, all your effort goes somewhere, alright. That CEO cruising in his jet, or lambo, or massive boat really appreciates how you work yourself to death so he can chill.

      Im not saying this kid has the right idea, breaking into houses, but, I dont think getting a job is the best way to contribute. Its a way to live, but nothing more.

  • Anonymous

    Doesn’t look too concerned about being booked. Too bad the homeowner didn’t have the chance to light him up with 110,000 volts. Maybe he would think twice about it later on.

  • Bill Cat

    Leigh Dolley — dang, was his family hoping for a girl or what?  Been one strike against the lad since he came out of the delivery room.  LOL  Could at least called him Henry or Rufus or George…

    • EasyWriter

      Well hello Dolley, it’s so good to see you back where you belong.

      • Bill Cat

        Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!!!!  Great!  Good one!

  • That nut looks “salted.”

  • Anonymous

    He wants to thank god it was not my house he broke into. if I ever catch someone in my home. They will go to heaven in a hurry.

    • Anonymous

       “Heaven”? Have you got the wrong direction?

      • Anonymous

        yes i do,HELL is the correct direction

  • Anonymous

    11 am Saturday afternoon.
    Ok , got it.
     Let me set my watch.

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