Comments for: Waterville man arrested after picking fights while drunk, police say

Posted Dec. 10, 2012, at 2:03 p.m.

WATERVILLE | An intoxicated Waterville man who refused to cooperate with police wound up cooling off in jail, police said. Waterville police had numerous units patrolling the downtown area late Friday into early Saturday, according to Deputy Chief Charles Rumsey, and one man, Bennie Coutu, 33, had been trying …

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  • County Escapee

    Nobody likes a nasty drunk.

  • Anonymous

    More good news from Waterville.

  • Ben Hutchins

    “Deployed… stun gun” is a wonderfully ambiguous phrase. When used in an officer’s after-action report, it could mean “I zapped the dude back into last week,” or “I held up Mr. Sparky and said ‘You want some of this, buddy? Huh?'” or just about anything in between.

    • Anonymous

      Well its better than “drew his gun and fired his weapon”. I’d rather see them pull out their stun-gun on these types any day over resorting to a much more aggressive use of force. It could have just as easily escalated to something much worse but it didn’t because they could use a non-lethal use of force that stops the problem just as quickly.

    • Anonymous

      ” Feeling lucky , punk?”

  • Anonymous

    Keeping it classy.

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