Comments for: New Year’s Day bomb threat closes Portland transportation hub for more than three hours

Posted Jan. 02, 2013, at 9:41 a.m.
Last modified Jan. 02, 2013, at 10:41 a.m.

PORTLAND | A bomb threat closed one of the state’s busiest transportation centers for more than three hours Tuesday and a man wound up under arrest, according to police. Rodney Jewell, 44, of Portland allegedly entered the Portland Transportation Center at 6:30 a.m. and stated to a Concord Coach …

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  • Anonymous

    Glad no one was hurt.
    Time for a “time out” for the traveler.
    And a ” psych evaluation”.

  • Anonymous

    Portland’s first lunatic of 2013! We seem to have picked up right where we left off last year.

  • Anonymous

    I thoughjt It was illegal to have Bombs in Maine… Nobody listens anymore.

  • Anonymous

    Wondering if this is a member of Portlands homeless community that needs a warm place to stay for the rest of the winter. A stay in Cumberland County Jail for the charges, then a stay at Wellspring in Westbrook until he is no longer deemed a threat would do just that.

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