Comments for: Orono police nab alleged Circle K robber

Posted Nov. 02, 2012, at 9:30 p.m.

ORONO | The woman suspected of robbing the Circle K store on Stillwater Avenue on Sept. 9 was arrested Friday at the Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor. Shayna Hill-Pelkey, 22, of Greenbush was taken into custody on a felony robbery warrant when she showed up at the courthouse after …

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  • jdtex

    Might as well turn her loose – a judge surely will.

  • Ben Hutchins

    Few people understand the psychology of dealing with an Orono detective who evidently didn’t bring the warrant with him.  Your normal accused robber will panic and immediately proceed to the courthouse to be arrested.  This is wrong.  It arouses contempt in the cop-heart.  Make the b—–d chase you!  He will follow.

    … Man, I miss Hunter S. Thompson.  He would have made this election season bearable.

    • Anonymous

      We can’t stop here – this is bat country!

  • Anonymous

    A little over dressed for September ain’t she… Oh wait no one will notice and I will just hand a note that says “I need money to buy a tank top cause this coat is really warm and heavy. Oh yeah don’t forget my cigarettes.” LOL…Well won’t need more Marlboro cause no more smoking in jail.  But remember to take your jacket in case it is cold in the prison yard.

  • Anonymous

    Hmmm… small amount of cash and pack of cigarettes… let her go… she’ll be back on bigger charges!

  • Anonymous

    You don’t really ‘nab’ someone who walks through the door on their own. 

  • Anonymous

    “Hill-Pelky faces up to thirty years in prison and a fine of $50.000.oo.”…..well, maybe in a state with a real criminal justice system.
    The reality is, IF she is convicted, the poor, socio-economically depressed, victim of society, will get three years will all but time served suspended and probation for two years, and oh well, let’s just skip the $50K fine.

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