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AUGUSTA — A city man was arrested Thursday night after allegedly threatening to cut three people’s throats.

Christopher Paul Lord, 42, was arrested on charges of domestic violence terrorizing with a dangerous weapon and domestic violence criminal threatening with a dangerous weapon after his girlfriend and another victim told police about the threats, according to a police affidavit.

Police arrested Lord at his apartment on 47 Mill St. around 7:48 p.m. Thursday. He is now being held without bail at Kennebec County jail.

When Augusta Police Officer Michael Unterkoefler arrived at the apartment that night, he wrote in the affidavit, Lord’s girlfriend was standing in the driveway in bare feet even though the weather was cold and rainy.

The girlfriend, who was distraught, told police that Lord had “threatened to slice her throat” after he got angry about one of her friends leaving belongings on his porch, Unterkoefler wrote. The girlfriend also said that Lord had allegedly threatened to cut the throats of two other people: her friend who left her belongings at the home and a man.

The girlfriend “told me that Christopher wants everyone dead,” Unterkoefler wrote. She “said Christopher had two knives on his hips and a flashlight in his hand. (She) indicated that Christopher got inches away from her and threatened to slice her throat. (She) indicated Christopher was holding a flashlight very close to her face.”

The girlfriend also told Unterkoefler she crawled out of the window of the apartment to get away from Lord, he wrote in the affidavit. Police spoke with the woman who left her belongings at the apartment, and she described the same alleged threats by Lord.

Before police arrested Lord Thursday night, he told them he was angry about the woman’s belongings being at the home and said he didn’t want her living there, they wrote in the affidavit. Lord also allegedly told police that he threatened to stab the three people.

“I asked Christopher what was going through his head at the time,” Unterkoefler wrote. “Christopher stated that he did not know and his mind was racing. Christopher advised that he would not harm (his girlfriend) and that was not his intentions.”

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Dear Circle,

I am sending this letter the same time as this one bt by the time gyou guys get this letter I will be getting out.  I have been working on my anger.  You can believe that… it looks like I getting out on the 19th.  I will grab a stick and make aikos.

I know your not a cult.  I never said that.

Be well,

Running Deer

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Hi, Circle.
Not much going on here lately, just another boring summer. I’m playing lots of horseshoes. Is there a professional league for horseshoe players, cuz if there’s any money in it, I’m really good.
This one guy keeps following me around and some guy told me that he’s after my mangina. That’s not gonna happen.
I’m good at horseshoes.
Running Deer

runningdeer1

Here I sit at Camp CCJ, except this camp is not like other summer camps.  You see, this is a camp for those of us who just can’t get their lives together.

Here we wear red jump suits or orange scrubs and badges with our names instead of shorts and swimsuits.  Our counselors are lovely men and women who wear brown uniforms with their names.  They don’t run any fun groups, they just watch us real close.

You must make your bed or receive 48 hours locked in for not doing it.

The food is nothing to write home about unless you are begging your mom to make your favorite meal when you leave camp.

To get in here, to visit, you must be early and you must be dressed appropriately or our you go.  You want to call home, but your loved one must put lots of money on an account or no such luck.  No hugs or special rewards here for a job well done.  Oh, wait – we did get ice cream because we won the cleanest pod (cell block) award on inspection day.

Each day I wonder how many newbies will come join me at camp o will I get a bunk mate?  I have not been that lucky here at Camp CCJ.

I’m ready for this session of camp to end.

Love,

Dolphin

Hey old pals.  Hope that all is well with you guys.  Not sure if circle got my first letter, but now I have the correct address; this one will get to you guys.  Funny how life works that you meet people in not so nice places that know someone you know.  Anyway, I’m glad it was Circle, because honestly, I was just thinking about the Project.  So, I am on the vacation of a lifetime – lol – not as YCJ -York County Jail sucks.  Here until August 23rd, then out for a few months, then back for another 110 days.

Me and some men do not mix well with each other, so here I sit in time out in Pumpkin land.

How are Circles going?  Did Rage ever finish what he was writing when you guys were asking me about places in Biddeford to hold Circles at? [Dolphin refers to the historical narrative of the non-profit forms, the answer which is yes.]

I see on the news they want to close the overflow shelter at the Preb.  Makes me sad and sick at the same time that our damn governor wants to cut everything in Portland.  He is nothing but a damn bully and a disgrace.

I spend a lot of time reading in here and staying in my cell.  A lot of addicts in here hwho talk about using and it bothers me that there is no support for them in a damn county jail.  Heck, it bothers me that I am back here after doing so well on the outside.

Jail sucks.  Big time.  That, some of you know from your own experiences.

Any more front page stories for Rage?

Not much to write at this point; again, I leave her eon August 23rd, so, pretty excited about that.

Be well, be safe.  Peace and love,

Dolphin

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