Comments for: Medway man pleads guilty to federal gun charges

Posted Nov. 26, 2012, at 6:36 p.m.

BANGOR | A Medway man facing a 10-year sentence in state court on charges stemming from a high-speed chase in January, after a University of Maine hockey game had ended, pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to possession of a firearm by a felon and possession of a stolen …

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  • Anonymous

    I hope the sentences are consecutive and not concurrent. Good riddance!

    • jerrymyx

      he didn”t molest anyone did he?, or murder someone? because if he did, in Maine he would get a slap on the wrist… I say yes, his actions in the past were bad ;however , he is young and could be rehabilitated!!! a lesser sentence seeing that he plead guilty, means something!!!! I feel that he needs that chance!

      • Anonymous

        This will be his second time in the MSP.He wasn’t out too long and he was at his usual vocation again.

      • Anonymous

        Go to his hearing and plead for the judge to allow you to take him home for his rehabilitation if you think he is such an upstanding person.

      • Anonymous

        He’s already been given 15 chances. How many more should he have? I doubt there is any chance for rehab for him, no matter how young he is.

    • County Escapee

      “MacArthur’s sentencing dates have not been set. He will serve the state and federal sentences concurrently, according to a previously published report.”

      So no, it doesn’t appear that he will be serving consecutive terms like you wished for.

      • Anonymous

        Sad.

  • Anonymous

    He is only 28 so he will be a good longtime Unicor employee. I hate burglars. He looks like a dumas

  • Anonymous

    Do the crime, Enjoy the time…

  • Anonymous

    This menace to society already has 15 felony convictions??

    What the H#{{ was he doing loose out in public ??

  • Anonymous

    “MacArthur has been convicted of 15 felonies in state court, according to documents filed in federal court in Bangor.” With all of this, what was he doing out on the streets, he is not doing anybody any good. Lock him up and yes i said it, throw away the damn key!

  • Anonymous

    15 strikes and you’re out!

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