Comments for: Rumford man pleads guilty to stealing $11,000 of neighbor’s belongings

Posted Nov. 15, 2012, at 6:53 a.m.

PARIS | A Rumford man who pleaded guilty to stealing items valued at $11,000 from his neighbor’s house in May will get no jail time. Charles E. Hamilton, 47, of 26 Rangeley Place, was given a two-year deferred disposition in Oxford County Superior Court on Wednesday. That means he …

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  • Anonymous

    I think the judge may be the only one truely blind.

  • Anonymous

    “Blind” ??
    Define ” blind”.
    Did the criminal use “the cane” to help identify the diamond ring?
    5 rolls of insulation?
    And all else?

    I am seeing red over this travesty of justice.
    Just when I thought it couldnt get much worse with our courts.
    It does.

    Crikeee !!

  • Anonymous

    Lugging all that stuff off sounds like a lot of work for a blind man.

  • Anonymous

    We need to be able to start electing our judges, this way we can get rid of our “Blind” ones. How about it Augusta? Time to change the way our judges get seated.

  • Anonymous

    Appears he saw well enough to steal his neighbor blind.

  • Anonymous

    This judge is definitely blind. It wouldn’t hurt this guy to go to jail. The jails are full of non violent people doing victimless crimes. This crime has a victim!!! This deadbeat should go to jail. He is already getting a check every month and he still has to steal from his neighbors? He must be related to the judge to get off so easy.

  • Anonymous

    In the “Halls of Justice” the only justice is in the halls.

  • Scumbag judge

  • Anonymous

    This is incredible that this woman will get none of her belongings back. What did he do with her stuff?

  • County Escapee

    “Mercy to the guilty is like torture to the victim.” ~ Adam Smith

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