"City" piece on the theft of more than a thousand copies of the University of So
"City" piece on the theft of more than a thousand copies of the University of Southern Maine's (USM) Free Press. On Oct. 29, USM students Anthony Pergola, Jonathan McCorkill and Cyrus Dulac were apprehended by campus police after they were caught taking several hundred copies of the student newspaper from a building on USM's Portland campus. On Nov. 7, Cumberland County District Attorney Stephanie Anderson dropped charges against the students, citing evidence the men intended to pay for the papers. There is reason to suspect that Sara Poulin, president of the Sigma Iota Sigma sorority, may know what happened to another 1,000 copies of the missing edition. Nonetheless, Anderson said she considers the case closed.
Free Press (Newspaper), Newspapers, Stealing, Cyrus Dulac, Jonathan McCorkill, Anthony Pergola, Allen Pouliot
Dammann, Allen, ""City" piece on the theft of more than a thousand copies of the University of So" (2001). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 4421.
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