AG charges New Gloucester men with civil rights violation after Portland attack

Two New Gloucester brothers charged in an April 19 attack on a man in an alley off Congress Street were accused Monday in a civil rights complaint filed by Maine Attorney General Janet Mills.

“This behavior is absolutely outrageous and has no place in our society,” Mills said in a press release.
Charles Bean Jr., 35, and Benjamin Bean, 30, have 20 days to respond in writing to the complaint filed in Cumberland County Superior Court. Keep reading

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