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The death of Dana Bartlett, 28, who died in Bolduc Correctional Facility in Warren last June has been ruled a homicide.


28-year-old Dana Bartlett died on June 24, 2018 while serving a 16-month sentence stemming from charges of theft and driving with a revoked license.

Police acknowledged Friday, Jan. 4, 2019, that someone killed the inmate while he was at the Bolduc Correctional Facility in Warren. This is the first detail made known of his Bartlett’s death investigation in more than half a year.

Bolduc Correctional Facility is a minimum-security prison.

Maine Public Safety spokesman, Steve McCausland said the death was classified as a homicide in December.

McCausland says State Police are working with the Attorney General’s Office to find the person responsible for Bartlett’s death.

[Dana crossed over; but it hurt.  Poor kid. :- (  God bless you, Dana, and your grieving family.  Be well.)

According to this Newscenter Maine broadcast, he was afraid of his cellmates and begged to be moved.  He was ignored:



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