May 22, 2018
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  • Anonymous

    Yes , this violent misfit will be there until Monday…..
    and then turned loose , Again!
    Hey Lady, lock the doors, get a pit bull and a gun
    and sleep with one eye open.

    • I thought a pit bull was a kind and loving dog.

      • Anonymous

        You’re forgetting very loyal to its owner, and bull headed. They will protect the owner if they think someone is bothering them or will bother them.
        When a man acted a particular way, I once knew a pitbull who would get in the middle and stare the man down in front of its owner. Also had its head located in a position to protect owner in other cases. Not everyone, only when the dog thought they were threatening.

      • Anonymous

        That may be true of the four-legged variety. The two-legged version is known to be particularly vicious and nasty at times.

    • Dixie Recked

      He seems a little upset

  • Bill Cat

    Dude is obsessed, sprung – best put him somewhere to cool his jets cuz that insane mindset don’t go away overnight. Knew a guy who did a year flat for stalking the ex and she moved to KS while he was locked-up, first day out he sold his car and bought a ticket to Wichita. Go figure. Chip in to buy his wife bear traps, that’d be the Pioneer spirit — the idea of pits with punji sticks came to mind but that’s not PC.

    • William Smith

      no he is a first class jerk,and always has been.

  • Anonymous

    I think it is time for a Delores Claiborne solution to this domestic situation. As Bill Cat pointed out, this character is obsessed and those situations tend not to end well.

    • County Escapee

      You are so right. These rejected guys won’t just go away.They just can’t get it. Good reference…:)

  • Anonymous

    Keep him in there for once that animal is loose he will hurt that poor woman and you know that will be the case! Just look what happened in Dexter.

  • Anonymous

    So tired of reading his name in the Ellsworth American weekly……time for some hard action on this dude……If I was her, I’d of shot him, but she’s not me…

  • Anonymous

    I hope she protects herself with whatever it takes. This is exactly how women end up dead.

  • I know the judge won’t read this but if for some crazy reason he or she does. Please do not grant this man bail.

  • Anonymous

    throw away the key or next month we will learn he has succeeded killing her

    • Jst4Today

      Why is it the entire public gets this, but the judicial system does not??

  • Anonymous

    Why was he able to offend again 5 days after his first offense. Oh that’s right, Maine’s jails have revolving doors. This will not end well if he is not kept in jail for a long period of time.

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