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10 hrs ago | via Hudson Hub-Times
Black Friday has become the part two of the kick-off to the holiday shopping season, with stores opening earlier on Thanksgiving. Here's a look at what's happening around the country: ___ Prison Crafts On Sale in Maine The discounts at a prison's craft showroom in Thomaston, Maine, resembled other Black Friday sales in many ways. Comment?
Thursday Nov 13 | via Capital Weekly
Tyler Adkins, 24, of Warren, theft by unauthorized taking, dismissed; two counts of theft by receiving stolen property, seven days in Knox County Jail, $764 restitution. Nicole Bonnell, 22, of Winslow, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, 48 hours in jail; operating under the influence, one prior, $700 fine, seven days in jail, license suspended three years; operating vehicle without license, dismissed. Comment?
Friday Nov 7 | via Herald Gazette
A federal judge found in favor of Knox County Jail employees, including Sheriff Donna Dennison, in the case of an inmate who filed a lawsuit after being sexually assaulted by a corrections officer at the jail. U.S. District Judge Jon D. Levy issued the judgement Sept. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 5 | via Bangor Daily News
A Thomaston man is scheduled to make his first court appearance Wednesday afternoon after he was arrested on a charge of sexually assaulting a girl over an eight-year stretch. James Prescott, 37, was arrested Tuesday night at about 10 p.m. and charged with one count of gross sexual assault, according to Knox County Sheriff Donna Dennison. Comment?
Oct 28, 2014 | via Bangor Daily News
A 61-year-old former Knox County Jail guard, awaiting trial on charges that he sexually assaulted inmates, will be held without bail until that case is heard after he admitted Tuesday to violating bail conditions. Richard S. Wellington made a brief appearance Tuesday in Knox County Superior Court before Justice Daniel Billings on the district attorney's request to have Wellington's bail revoked. Comment?
Oct 27, 2014 | via Herald Gazette
Three local people were indicted on charges of felony-level theft following an investigation that concluded the trio stole thousands of dollars from an area business. Heath Yeaton, 36, of Cushing, Sarah Stalcup, 33, of Warren, and Christopher Stalcup, 43, of South Thomaston, are accused of stealing lobster crates from Fox Island Lobster Co. Comment?
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