Comments for: One arrested, three more face theft charges in scrap metal case

Posted Nov. 17, 2012, at 12:19 p.m.

PHILLIPS | An Augusta man has been arrested and three more will face charges after a deputy stopped a pickup truck with a trailer overloaded with scrap metal on Route 4 Wednesday night. Franklin County Deputy Matt Brann stopped the vehicle at about 10:30 p.m. after noticing a defect …

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  • Anonymous

    Comparably speaking- most of us would invite these guys to Thanksgiving dinner over the Pharmacy robbers, game poachers, bank robbers, drug dealers, car thieves, wife beaters, child abusers, pedophiles, etc. On the whole crime scale these are perfect gentlemen!

    • Tyke

      Being “dishonest but slightly less sleazy” would not warrant a dinner invitation at my house.

      • Anonymous

        On second thought, my wife and I might not have enough manpower around to protect the pots and pans from leaving after dinner.

        • Anonymous

          Dont forget to count the silverware.

          • Tyke

            You comment brings to mind one of my all time favorite quotes:
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            The louder he talked of his honor, the faster we counted our spoons.

            ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

          • Anonymous

            I’d like to tell you that ours would have to go to one of the Gold and Silver stores…..I’ve used most of the knives as screwdrivers …they wouldn’t get much …even at the scrap yard!

        • Anonymous

          Or the plumbing when they went to use the bathroom…

      • Rocky4

        Hope you are feeling well/better. That PPH comments went belly up eh?

        • Tyke

          Thanks. I have good days and bad, but am still constantly surrounded by loving family so even the bad days are not so bad after all.

          Yeah – The PPH comments have turned into a joke. Too bad, because even though the discussions could get a bit raucous, they were usually informative as well.

          • Rocky4

            I’m closer to Bangor anyway so it has worked out well, even though
            I still have ties down that way. Facebook is trouble as far as I’m
            concerned. Way too intrusive and why they forced that upon us is beyond me. 5 years from now FB will be just a bad memory.

          • Anonymous

            Anything to do with facebook gets an instant ” delete”.

    • Anonymous

      Not if you’ve had copper stolen twice like I have,,..

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