Comments for: Sangerville teen sentenced to youth center for robbery, burglary, thefts

Posted Nov. 27, 2012, at 10:34 a.m.
Last modified Nov. 27, 2012, at 4:52 p.m.

DOVER-FOXCROFT | A Sangerville teenager was sentenced Monday in District Court to Mountain View Youth Development Center in Charleston until he turns 18 for robbing another juvenile at gunpoint and for seven other offenses, according to the Piscataquis County district attorney’s office. Joshua M. Hanson, 15, admitted earlier this …

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  • Anonymous

    You will be reading about him again and again…..

  • Anonymous

    He is just going to a health spa not a correctional facility. If the public only knew what this facility provides for it’s inmates they would be really,really shocked. How about and in-depth article BDN?

  • Anonymous

    He is just a kid.
    it is wrong and discriminatory to publish his name.
    Just because he committed numerous burglaries and put a gun to
    someones head to rob them doesnt make him a bad person , does it ?

    • Anonymous

      Are you for real????

  • Anonymous

    Troubled teen needs serious help. What do his parents teach him? Hope he learns some valuable lessons during his stay at the correctional facility. Does this facility have a program to actually help troubled teens? Why did his parents not get any community service for allowing their son to be so bad. Our system needs changing.

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