Man Tied to Maine Slaying Found Working Carnival

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A Maine man wanted on charges of allegedly hindering a murder prosecution in that state was found working at a carnival, when the city ran a routine background check. Selection.com President, James Boeddeker says the company did everything right.

This story was originally reported on 07/29/2013 on the Gloucester Times website. The arrest record of Sebastian C. Moody-Dabney can be found on the Androscoggin County Sheriff’s Website here, booking number 13ASO-2571-JA. This Site makes no warranties or representations in connection therewith.

According to the Gloucester Times article, a Maine man wanted on charges of allegedly hindering a murder prosecution in that state was found working at a carnival sponsored by the Beverly Education Foundation. The carnival was being held outside Beverly High School. Sebastian C. Moody-Dabney, 22, and described in court documents as homeless, was working on the Beverly site last Thursday.   Click here for the full article.