Comments for: Old Town man pleads not guilty to charges in connection with Stairs break-in, theft

Posted Nov. 16, 2012, at 3:28 p.m.

BANGOR | The Old Town man accused of breaking into the home of former Major League Baseball player Matt Stairs pleaded not guilty Friday at the Penobscot Judicial Center to two counts of burglary and two counts of theft by unauthorized taking. Jamie M. Bouchard, 34, of Old Town …

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  • Anonymous

    How low can you go ????
    These maggots are pushing the envelope.

  • Shoot him!

  • Anonymous

    Possible sentence: Stay in jail until Matt’s ring is recovered from the pawn broker or other dirt bag you sold it to.

  • Anonymous

    Maine has alot to be proud of , famous authors, artists, tv personalities, heck even world series champions. But Maine also has alot to be ashamed of too. Can you imagine being the victim of one of these people that exist on other peoples property? I personally want to say, we the “good people” of the state of Maine are sorry for your loss Mr. Stairs, you certainly dont deserve this ill treatment. Maine lost some very good people when Matt Stairs and his family made the decision to move out of the state, but who could blame them when we have the problems like this going on .

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