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  • Anonymous

    I bet his Mother is proud!!!!  

  • Anonymous

    “Methamphetamine is not unknown in Maine, but it is still fairly rare,” the judge said. “Nationally, it is well known, and it has been nothing short of a disaster.” ummm Mr. Judge I dont think Meth in Maine is as rare as you think…

  • Anonymous

    Wait a second!! Is this the same guy that burned down a building while claiming the title of Fireman? And the same scumbag that took alot of money from a lady in Caribou?? He doesn’t deserve leniency he needs to be in prison!

    • Anonymous

      That was Timothy MacFarline, 25 that set the fires.

    • Did you not read the article? He is going to federal prison.

    • Anonymous

      No Wayne MacFarline  taught at Presque Isle High School after his father got sick,I always wondered if they drug tested him or if got a free pass because of his Daddy.

  • DowneastMaine

    “Woodcock said he needed to send a message to methamphetamine dealers so the drug did not not become as prevalent as it is in other parts of the country.”

    20 months for attempting to sell over a $1000 worth of meth? Good thing it wasn’t pot. Would have been more like 20 years. ;)

  • Anonymous

    “In imposing MacFarline’s sentence, Woodcock said he needed to send a message to methamphetamine dealers so the drug did not not become as prevalent as it is in other parts of the country.”

    Because, after a century of failing to stop drug abuse by locking people up, this time it’s gonna work, dammit!

    • County Escapee

      You should’ve warned us, David.
      I clicked on that just before bedtime…….

  • Faces of Meth.Very sad.

  • Hopefully, this 2+ years will give you time to get clean, and maybe you’ll come out a better person. People DO make mistakes. I pray for you to learn from this and stay clean when you get out!

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