Comments for: Greenbush man charged after striking estranged wife with vehicle, police say

Posted Nov. 27, 2012, at 1:57 p.m.

BANGOR | A Greenbush man who was upset that his estranged wife was out with another man was arrested and charged with drunken driving and felony domestic violence assault last week after he struck her with his vehicle, Bangor police Sgt. Paul Edwards said Tuesday. Kevin W. Twitchell, 28, …

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  • Guest

    Bar hopping from the Wave to the Tavern. Classy.

    • Anonymous

      Yup, must be running Milwaukee’s Best Ice Light on special.

  • Anonymous

    You stay classy there Kevin W. Twitchell, 28 of Greenbush.

  • Anonymous

    Kevin let her go,it’s over.

    • jerrymyx

      I agree……Classy wife you have there, out with another man while still married! could it be she is trouble? you can”t afford… Cut her loose..

  • Ben Hutchins

    That is an epic “sad hobo clown” face in the mugshot. He doesn’t even need the makeup to sell it. Five points.

  • Anonymous

    Women.You can’t live with them and you can’t run them over.

    • Anonymous

      men…you can’t make them smarter……you just need to divorce them……

  • Bill Cat

    Sounds nice a sober down-to-earth couple. Seems like a lot of those situations that include terms like “ex,” “domestic violence,” 11PM and “downtown bar” end up in a bad way.

  • Anon

    It’s great how this story isn’t correctly reporting the happenings of this event. Just because an incident occurs in a parking lot (used by many downtown establishments), doesn’t mean the people involved were “bar-hopping” prior to.

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