After 27 years alone in the woods of Central Maine, the man known as the North Pond Hermit is being called a model prisoner. 47-year-old Christopher Knight is in the Kennebec County Jail on 5-thousand dollars bail. Authorities say he committed more than 1,000 burglaries in the area where he set up camp for almost three decades.But Kennebec County District Attorney Maeghan Maloney says right now he only faces two charges of burglary and theft. That’s in connection with his arrest at the Pine Tree Camp in Rome last week where a game warden caught him allegedly stealing meat and other food. The D.A. says the statute of limitations only allows her to look back three years at the crimes Knight’s accused of committing, but that could still add up. She’s waiting for police reports to determine what other charges Knight will face. Maloney says she understands Knight is a model prisoner who hasn’t cause any problems at the jail. He made his initial court appearance last week and is due back in court May 28th.