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Comments for: One of two Bangor triple homicide suspects moved to Hancock County Jail, sheriff says

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  • Anonymous

    So, Daluz is adapting to the facility?
      Good , cause if convicted of this heinous crime he will
    need all those adaptation skills for a long time to come.

  • Anonymous

    Administrative Segregation is such a nice sounding name for solitary confinement.

    • Anonymous

       If Nat-Geo has taught me anything, Ad Seg is for “special” inmates. Not necessarily the hole…

  • jdtex

    What a sweet sheriff to be so concerned about the well being of the guy who likely killed three persons.  Maybe the sheriff is hoping to get a Christmas card from Mr. Daluz.  They sound like they are on a first-name basis:  “Aw shucks, Glenn, just call me ‘Money’.” 

    • Anonymous

      The sheriff HAS to look after the well being of ALL the inmates, they are essentially wards of the state. If the jail didn’t then they would be charged with neglect, it’s that simple. It’s not special treatment, it’s for his safety because right or wrong, good or evil, he is still a human being. It’s a jail not a dungeon.

    • Anonymous

      He is a a great sherriff NOT

  • Anonymous

    I hate to be a pessimist but i sure hope this isnt because they plan to make some sort of deal with Daluz to rat out Sexton for the murders.  They both should face the same penalties.  NO PLEA DEALS PLEASE!!!!!

    • Anonymous

      Of course there will be a plea deal !!
       Are you familiar with many of the sentences from the Maine judicial system??
      Plan on it.

    • Downeasta

       More than likely the information that the prosecution has for evidence is shaky at best.  Mr Daluz was moved to a lower grade of prison as part of the plea deal.  Yes he will be sentenced.  Yes he will do time.  No, he will not get out of jail free.  I would not be surprised if he gets some thing like aggravated manslaughter, destruction of property ( the arson).  Yet the two of these inmates can not be in the same prison.  It is evident that Mr. Sexton is the more heinous of the two prisoners.

    • Anonymous

       I think its more so Sexton doesn’t kill Daluz for ratting him out.

  • Anonymous

    P.C. for the songbird……he has MANY years of threats to deal with and if he thinks its bad now wait untill THEY both get to the prison ……bet ya someone will try to make songbird soup                            Pass the crackers

  • Anonymous

    Is the sheriff trying to reassure the general public that Daluz will adapt to the jail in Hancock County . . . because if he is, then he should know that we really don’t care.

  • Anonymous

    I’m not sure how he could be harrassed in prison from their family and friends – are they in jail with him?

    • Anonymous

      Most likely there are given the(alleged) nature of and (alleged)type of people associated with the deceased

  • To quote from the 1931 film, Dracula, “Rats! Rats! Rats! Thousands! Millions of them!”  Methinks here we have a couple of “rats,” each of whom can’t wait to be the first to “rat” on the other.

  • Anonymous

    they should let the inmates get real justice

  • Anonymous

    How much is it costing our County to farm him out or was the Sherrif able to make a trade? Now everytime he wants to talk to his Bangor based lawyer is the State going to have to pay him for the 2 hours of travel time and mileage? I’m sure these guys like to talk to their lawyers- breaks up the time between 3 squares a day and periods when there is nothing on TV but “Law and Order” reruns.

  • Anonymous

    It’s sad that Sheriff Ross is taking a hit to all of this.  What did he do?  The reality is that people play these games with people here in Maine and don’t expect the consequences of “big cities”.  If you are going to get caught up in the drug game then expect the same “game” to win.  I certainly do not condone people being killed due to drug activity…however, expecting that nothing would happen within that world is crazy as well.  All of this never would have happened had people chose to be drug free.  So the insults to Sheriff Ross for doing his job or Bangor PD or whoever is ridiculous.  Blame the people trying to be something big within the drug world!!!

  • I believe the people are sick of the plea deals the DA’s make cause they are too lazy to fight for the people of Maine.

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