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12, May 2014 - Hundreds graduate from University of Maine at Augusta Kennebec County Sheriff Randall Liberty told the graduates to seek a way to serve their communities.
12, May 2014 - Police find man's body after tip from jailed son RICHMOND, Maine — Law enforcement was acting on a tip Monday from a 24-year-old man being held in jail when they found his father's dead body in a wooded area near the Kennebec River, according to Maine state police. Leroy Smith was being held in Cumberland County jail on an unrelated charge when he gave information leading a Sagadahoc County deputy to the body of 56-year-old Leroy Smith II, of ...
05, May 2014 - Human remains identified in Richmond, Maine RICHMOND, Maine — Maine state police say they have identified a body found in a wooded area in Richmond and the circumstances of the man's death have been ruled suspicious. State police says the man found dead is 56-year-old Leroy Smith II of Gardiner. A Sagadahoc County deputy located the body around dawn on Monday off of Lincoln Street, west of the Kennebec River. Police received information ...
02, May 2013 - 4 sheriffs oppose marijuana legalization AUGUSTA (AP) — Four Maine sheriffs are joining community health care providers to stand against marijuana legalization. Kennebec County Sheriff Randall Liberty, president of the Maine Sheriffs Association, said Tuesday that legalizing marijuana would damage communities. Sagadahoc County Sheriff Joel Merry said marijuana use has negative effects on a developing brain. read more
27, Apr 2013 - New charges - and maybe a new home - coming for Maine hermit The Maine "hermit" wants to get back to the land, but first he'll have to deal with up to a dozen new burglary charges.When he was arrested for a break-in earlier this month, Christopher Knight, 47, amazed the public with his story of spending 27 years in the woods with no human contact, surviving on whatever he could steal from surrounding camps.Kennebec County District Attorney Maeghan Maloney ...
25, Apr 2013 - Maine 'hermit' a model prisoner, but not keen on visitors After spending 27 years alone in the woods of Maine, the man dubbed the North Pond Hermit is adjusting well to his less solitary new home – a jail cell.“He’s perfect,” Capt. Marsha Alexander of the Kennebec County Jail said of Christopher Knight, whose remarkable story has made him a lockupcelebrity.“He’s extremely polite, very articulate, very well-behaved, quiet and hygienic. I would never ...
24, Apr 2013 - State trooper speaks for North Pond Hermit AUGUSTA, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - After living 27 years in the woods as the legendary North Pond Hermit, Christopher Knight isn't too keen on speaking with many people as he sits in Kennebec County Jail, awaiting his next court hearing. He is speaking with two people: his attorney and, surprisingly, the woman who arrested him, State Trooper Diane Perkins-Vance.
18, Apr 2013 - Hallowell's Pre-Release Center closes, prisoners and staff relocated Seven prisoners who lived at the Central Maine Pre-Release Center in Hallowell, which closed last Thursday, have been moved to the Kennebec County jail in Augusta.
16, Apr 2013 - North Pond Hermit Called "Model Prisoner" in Kennebec County Jail After 27 years alone in the woods of Central Maine, the man known as the North Pond Hermit is being called a model prisoner. 47-year-old Christopher Knight is in the Kennebec County Jail on 5-thousand dollars bail. Authorities say he committed more than 1,000 burglaries in the area where he . . .
12, Apr 2013 - ‘Hermit Of The North Pond’ Arrested Maine – 27 years ago Christopher Knight decided to leave civilisation behind, and entered the wilderness of Maine. In those years he says he spoke only to one person. Last week he was arrested for theft. The 47 year old is now being held at the Kennebec County Jail. His bail was set at $5 [...]
12, Apr 2013 - Maine 'hermit' a model prisoner but not keen on visitors After spending 27 years alone in the woods of Maine, the man dubbed the North Pond Hermit is adjusting well to his less solitary new home – a jail cell.“He’s perfect,” Capt. Marsha Alexander of the Kennebec County Jail said of Christopher Knight, whose remarkable story has made him a lockupcelebrity.“He’s extremely polite, very articulate, very well-behaved, quiet and hygienic. I would never ...
10, Apr 2013 - Maine hermit living in wild for 27 years arrested - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, (AP Photo/Kennebec County Sheriff's Office). This April 2013 booking photo released by the Kennebec County Sheriff's Office in Augusta, Maine, shows Christopher Knight, arrested Thursday, April 4, 2013, while stealing food from a camp in Rome, Maine.
10, Apr 2013 - Maine hermit living in wild for 27 years arrested Christopher Knight was known as the North Pond Hermit and lived for 27 years in the woods of central Maine. / Kennebec County Sheriff's Office via AP ROME, Maine (AP) - A man who lived like a hermit for decades in a makeshift camp in the woods and may be responsible for more than 1,000 burglaries for food and other staples has been caught in a surveillance trap at a camp he treated as a "Walmart ...
09, Apr 2013 - State woos Augusta to host new pre-release center Some inmates at the Central Maine Pre-Release Center in Hallowell could move to Kennebec County jail in Augusta after the center closes next month, under a proposal state and county corrections officials are discussing.
09, Apr 2013 - Chelsea man jailed on charges of burglarizing Windsor Veterinary Clinic John F. Gilboy, 38, of Chelsea, remained in the Kennebec County jail Sunday, charged in connection with a Thursday break-in at the Windsor Veterinary Clinic.
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