Priest mailed drugs to inmate

Priest mailed drugs to inmate

There are 1 comment on the Kennebec Journal story from Nov 19, 2012, titled Priest mailed drugs to inmate. In it, Kennebec Journal reports that:

A top midcoast drug agent said Monday that a local Episcopal priest arrested for drug trafficking earlier this month mailed drugs to an inmate he was friendly with and more charges will be filed in the case ...

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Since: May 08

Stratford, Connecticut.

#1 Nov 20, 2012
from Kennebec Journal:

"The new information provides a clearer picture of the case against the Rev. Stephen Foote, 70, of Bremen, who was arrested Nov. 1 and faces a class C charge of trafficking in prison contraband ...

"Pease said Foote concealed the drug in letters to Joshua Theriault-Patten, 25, of Bremen, an inmate with whom he had a friendship ...

"Foote, who was released on unsecured bail following his arrest, was placed on administrative leave by the Episcopal Diocese of Maine as a transition priest at St. Mark's church in Augusta."

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