James Methe, shown in court during a Feb. 17 bond hearing. Methe was released from jail two days later, after posting $6,000, or 3 percent, of the $200,000 bond set by Judge Casey Manning.
James Methe, shown in court during a Feb. 17 bond hearing. Methe was released from jail two days later, after posting $6,000, or 3 percent, of the $200,000 bond set by Judge Casey Manning. Glen Luke Flanagan gflanagan@thestate.com
James Methe, shown in court during a Feb. 17 bond hearing. Methe was released from jail two days later, after posting $6,000, or 3 percent, of the $200,000 bond set by Judge Casey Manning. Glen Luke Flanagan gflanagan@thestate.com

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