Title

"Cover Story" piece on Frank Tuttle Jr., 30, of Portland, who was released from

Authors

Connie Pacillo

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

3-18-1999

Pages

10, 11

Abstract

"Cover Story" piece on Frank Tuttle Jr., 30, of Portland, who was released from the Cumberland County Jail on March 8 after serving four months for assaulting his girl friend. By his own account, he has been arrested 21 times for alleged offenses ranging from drunk driving to assault. But Tuttle believes he has now made changes that will help keep him out of jail for good. Greg Ford, who runs the jail's anger-management program, said Tuttle has good intentions, but will now have to face the real test. Tuttle says he's determined to turn his life around, but Major Jeffrey Newton, who manages the Cumberland County jail, said only the future can tell us whether or not Tuttle will succeed.

Subjects

Crime and criminals, Frank Jr Tuttle

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