Comments for: Police seeking Ellsworth man missing since Christmas Eve

Posted Dec. 28, 2012, at 4:01 p.m.
Last modified Dec. 28, 2012, at 5:36 p.m.

ELLSWORTH | Police are looking for a missing Ellsworth man last seen on Christmas Eve. Jonathan Spinney, 28, was last seen at an ex-girlfriend’s house on Ohio Street in Bangor, said Ellsworth Police Chief John DeLeo. Spinney is carrying a cell phone, but DeLeo said it had been disconnected. …

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  • Guest

    Coincidence that a vehicle similar to that was in a high speed chase through Bangor this afternoon?

  • County Escapee

    And he’s only 28. Damned chemicals. :(

  • Anonymous

    “WABI: Bangor – An Ellsworth man who was reported missing was reportedly involved in a high speed chase Friday afternoon in Bangor.
    Police say Jonathan Spinney, 28, was driving his mother’s car.
    According to his mother, he was in a high speed chase with police on outer Broadway in Bangor Friday afternoon. Police tell us they called off the chase because it was getting too dangerous.
    Spinney’s mother says her son ditched the car in the Capehart area of Bangor, and ran away. Police don’t know where he is.”

  • do anyone of you have respect at all? that you run your mouth about MY brother? you think he wants this for him self? think again, YOU get an addiction and tell me you can control it! but thats right once you get an addiction you cant control it so if your gonna be disrespectful dont comment back! the only one here that wasnt disrespectful was country escapee and yes damn cemicals

    • Anonymous

      So sorry about your brother Michael. I hope they will find him safe and sound. Praying for him and for all of his family.

    • Anonymous

      Sorry about your brother. Commenters here are ignorant, please don’t come and read them/

    • The world is bountiful with IDIOTS, Mr. Rooney. #@$% em. Hope he’s ok, even if he eluded police or whatever…

    • DavidinMaine

      Too often people think the worse first. It sounds like your brother is having problems. I think people are reacting to him ditching his car in Bangor and running. Maybe he wants to go in hiding…has he broken any laws? Addition is an ugly disease. It make people do things they wouldn’t do if they were clean. The best thing you can do for your brother is to be there for him and see he gets help if he needs it.

      • Anonymous

        You mean if he wants it, My son overdosed twice, he got help when he wanted it, not when I did. Enabling is not helping.

    • Anonymous

      Hiding is way different then MISSING.

  • mainah chick

    People don’t forget that no matter what he is a son,a father, and a big brother. Please show some respect for the family at least during this hard time right now. Obviously you all see he had been missing before the choices were made today. Yes it is due to chemicals but he is an individual and human being still and he needs help. The family especially his mother and brother don’t need peoples to be disrespectful during this time too..

    • Anonymous

      I hope he is found safe and get the help for his addiction, he is a lucky man that he has people who care no matter what. I wish you well in locating him

  • Davida Willette

    someone is hiding him. he doesnt want to be found he could buy a buss ticket and go points south

    • Anonymous

      Brockton, Mass. ??

  • Anonymous

    I am so sorry this young man has an addiction. They are hard to get under control and harder still to make good choices when in the throughs of one. I wish the best for this young man and his family.

  • Anonymous

    I hope he finds a safe place and gets under control. I’ve had family that have suffered with addictions. You all suffer. It’s hard to see it happen to a loved one, and you feel so powerless sometimes. I hope this guy can get his life turned around. Not an easy road.

  • Guest

    Odds are he’s gone.

  • Anonymous

    This is not missing, this is I do not want to be found.

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