Saturday, March 8, 2014
John Merchberger III allegedly admits to agents at his Dayton home that he had collected more than 1 million images of children, some nude.
Agents from the Maine DEA seize heroin, cash and marijuana in a raid on Bucksport Road.
However, guards and prisoner advocates say the officials’ claims aren’t true, that changes have made the prisons less safe.
If approved, the proposal would authorize a bond for up to $15 million to move the state’s court documents online, increasing public access.
The Lewiston man faces four years in prison and fines of $251,000.
Authorities raided his Saco office last year but have not charged Gary Prolman, whose former client admitted drug offenses.
Phillip Gage is one of four people facing sentencing for robberies at four banks in Maine and New Hampshire.
The Feb. 14 beating was one of 188 assaults on workers at Long Creek since 2007.
Increased collaboration and new testing procedures in known hot spots could ‘fill in any data gaps’ and help officials to protect public health.
The Corinth woman gets five years of probation and must pay more than $8,600.