A crowd gathers to take pictures of Mysti Lee, 21, of Chicago as she lies nearly naked, painted red and wearing lobster claws, protesting the Maine Lobster Festival for PETA on Wednesday on a cardboard plate on the sidewalk at the corner of Main and Park streets in Rockland.
Buy Photo Children and parents stop and stare at Mysti Lee, 21, of Chicago as she lies nearly naked while protesting the Maine Lobster Festival for PETA on Wednesday on a cardboard plate on the sidewalk at the corner of Main and Park streets in Rockland.
When Bangor police went to the couple’s Ohio Street apartment on June 13, Richard Jeskey’s body showed signs of trauma to his groin, upper torso, face and head, according to a police affidavit filed Thursday at the Penobscot Judicial Center.
The results of an autopsy conducted June 14 at the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office in Augusta showed that Richard Jeskey suffered extensive multiple blunt and sharp force injuries to the head, neck, torso, and limbs.
“These included nose fractures, loss of an eye, rib fractures, rectal incised wounds, and internal hemmorhage from an instrument(s) pushed through his scrotum into his abdomen,” Bangor police Detective David Bushey wrote in the affidavit. Jeskey was strangled with sufficient force to break the hyoid bone of his neck.” The hyoid bone is the bone at the top of the neck under the chin.
Jeskey admitted that she and her husband had a fight the night of June 12 into the early morning hours of June 13 because of a phone call between Richard Jeskey and his ex-girlfriend, according to the affidavit. June 13, Jeskey admitted that she assaulted her husband “with various weapons including pliers, a box cutter and a plastic baseball bat,” the affidavit said.
“I just enjoyed a delicious lobster club sandwich,” Jane Nussbaum of Allentown, Pennsylvania, said.
Buy Photo Mysti Lee, 21, of Chicago, painted red and wearing lobster claws, protests the Maine Lobster Festival for PETA on Wednesday on a cardboard plate on the sidewalk at the corner of Main and Park streets in Rockland Buy Photo ROCKLAND, Maine — A woman wearing lobster claws, a bikini bottom, pasties, red body paint and nothing else attracted attention Wednesday afternoon in downtown Rockland during a protest launched by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
The protest action against the annual Maine Lobster Festival event urged festival attendees not to eat the crustacean, which takes top billing during the popular summer festival.
BANGOR, Maine — A local high school teacher who died of apparent suicide Saturday in the wake of a police investigation solicited nude photographs from one of his female students, according to court documents.
Jeremiah Gorman, 35, of Bangor, who taught social science at John Bapst Memorial High School, was being investigated by local police for sexual exploitation of a minor because of those photos, according to the affidavit, which was used to obtain a search warrant.