Mike Mowry robbed cars on Oak Street in Sanford a week ago
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#1 Feb 25, 2013
Mowry Stole and sold pawners know his shiiiit is stole - dudes been out a prison month and hes breakin in an stealin again. Lock all your effin doors.
#2 Feb 25, 2013
So where does he live now?
#3 Feb 25, 2013
Seen him around New Hampshire near Acton and Lebanon Maine line. He nos whores on Oak Street in Slamford , she used to live in Acton. Selling to locals not just pawners. He dont work alaone neither. lock ur doors Mr, believe it. He werent alone trashing oak St stealing.
#4 Mar 1, 2013
No that was Evan Michaud.
#5 Mar 4, 2013
Mike Mowry will NEVER learn how to be a respectable person. He's going to carry on this way until he gets locked up again or something really bad happens. What is with people like that? They must love prison? It's only a matter of time before he screws up again and goes back to prison. I was right about his brother, in the matter of a few days he was arrested. The same will happen for Mike.
#6 Mar 4, 2013
Mr Mowry is probably one of those men who needs a mommy to wipe his ass. Maybe he likes prison because there are plenty of individuals there to give him the attention he desires. Maybe he needs some burly big man to take care of him... since apparently he is unable to pull his own head out of his ass. Just a thought.
#7 Mar 8, 2013
"Shame was an emotion he had abandoned years earlier. Addicts know no shame. You disgrace yourself so many times you become immune to it." -John Grisham, The Testament
#8 Mar 12, 2013
Once again he is in the Acton aera. Hopper Road. Can you guess where? Doesn't take a smart person to figure that one out!! LOL With that Tramp who likes to keep it in the Family! She will be in jail with him again. Just wait and see.
#9 Mar 13, 2013
Released on bail, but they WILL be going back to prison.
Monitoring bracelets aid Berwick police in identifying two burglary suspects
By AARON SANBORN
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
BERWICK, Maine — Electronic monitoring bracelets helped police identify two people allegedly responsible for four residential burglaries in January.
Arrests warrants have been drafted for the two suspects, but they have yet to be arrested because they are in custody in New Hampshire for unrelated crimes.
The burglaries happened in mid-January on Cemetery Road, Pine Hill Road, Little River Road and Blackberry Road. Cash, jewelry and electronics were all stolen from the homes.
Capt. Jerry Locke said the big break in the case came at the last burglary on Jan. 31, at the Blackberry Road residence. A witness took down the plate number of the vehicle the two suspects were in and police in Somersworth were able to stop them.
Police identified the pair as Michael Mowry, 33, last known address of 1 Thomas St., Rochester and Jethra Guzman, 32, last know address of 5 Woodside Commons Park, Somersworth.
Upon further investigation, police learned that both suspects were on electronic monitoring because of pending drug-related cases out of New Hampshire.
Locke said police were able to look at the records of the monitoring devices and track the two to the other burglary locations on the days they occurred.
Mowry is currently incarcerated in the New Hampshire State Prison in Concord for his drug-related charges, while Guzman is being held at the Strafford County jail.
Both will be facing burglary charges when police get a chance to arrest them. Burglary is a Class B crime punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
Locke said the pair may also be involved in other burglaries in the area as well, but noted those burglaries are still under investigation.
There has been a rash of 10 burglaries in the town since the end of last year, according to Locke. He said arrests were made in relation to some of those burglaries, but information about those arrests wasn't immediately available on Thursday.
#10 Mar 15, 2013
Nature has a way of taking care of the slow & the stupid.
#11 Mar 15, 2013
$124.8 million: MDOC prison budget
$132.9 million: Total state cost of prisons
$56,269: Average annual cost per inmate
$80.3 million: NHDOC prison budget
$81.4 million: Total state cost of prisons
$34,080: Average annual cost per inmate
$200: Cost of lethal injection chemicals...
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