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Cold Case: Rita St. Peter murder 7/5/1980 North Anson, ME *Jay Mercier convicted of her rape and murder;


Rita St Peter

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Man charged with murder in 1980 Maine homicide; grand jury indicted him earlier this month

INMATE INFORMATION

Individual Profile
Status: Incarcerated
MDOC Number: 57256
Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial: Mercier, Jay Stephen
Alias or Aliases: Jay S Mercier
Location(s) and location phone number(s): Facility – Maine State Prison
Earliest Custody Release Date: 11/4/2052
Date of Birth: 11/2/1955
Age (Years): 61
Weight (Pounds): 190
Height: 5 Feet 11 Inches
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Brown
Race/Ethnicity: White
Gender: M
Scars, Marks, Tattoos:

Convictions
Offense (Class): MURDER (M)
Sentence: 70 Years
Court: SOMERSET COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT
Docket Number: SKOSC-CR-2011-00318
Count: 1
Sentence Date: 12/7/2012

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One Response

  1. Guys like this get me going. He and others are worried about parole? He already had his parole when the case was cold for three decades.

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