December 14, 2017
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  • Anonymous

    I’d search the playgrounds, children’s museums, and anywhere else large groups of kids are. Just a hunch.

  • Anonymous

    Why would his ex-wife want him near her. I would hope she realizes he is a nasty pervert. I agree with bubyepph look for him where the children are.

  • Anonymous

    How do they know for sure he cut off his own ankle bracelet? Columbo would’ve asked that question. It’s a simple one.

  • Anonymous

    Great headline. This story could go on forever if BDN keeps listing the places he hasn’t been found.

    • PabMainer

      LOL! Maybe he is hiding out with the infamous mural??

      • Anonymous

        Former Maine prosecutor not found in produce section of Sanford Piggly Wiggly, details to follow.

    • Anonymous

      I was in Eastport today and didnt see him there.

  • Anonymous

    His body will be found sooner or later.

    • Anonymous

      Exactly.

  • Anonymous

    Why would a man convicted of possession of child porn be allowed ANY internet access, monitored or not? Should be part of the punishment.

  • Guest

    Probation officers seem to have difficulty in keeping tabs on some of their charges.

  • Rocky4

    A perv & a prosecutor. THAT combo would survive about
    20 minutes in a real prison.

  • Anonymous

    It would appear that they need to make these electronic ankle bracelets a lot tougher to get off.

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