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The Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) charged 11 people with hunting violations in Allegany and Talbot counties.

Allegany County ─

On November 11, NRP charged 3 people with hunting violations:

  • Daniel Squires of Oldtown with hunting without written permission, hunting deer during closed season, failure to wear fluorescent orange, and possession of a controlled dangerous substance and paraphernalia. A court date has been set for December 17 in Allegany County District Court;
  • Brett Shingletown of Cumberland with hunting without written permission, which carries a pre-payable fine of $250; and
  • Robert Shingletown of Cumberland with failure to wear fluorescent orange, which carries a pre-payable fine of $200.

On November 4, NRP charged 6 people with hunting violations in Allegany County:

  • Raymond Glasglow, Jr. of Davidsonville with attempting to exceed the Region A deer bag limit, which carries a pre-payable fine of $250;
  • John Pittman, Jr. of Oldtown with hunting without a license, which carries a pre-payable fine of $300;
  • Marco Santini of Bowie with hunting without a license, which carries a pre-payable fine of $300;
  • Charles Evans III of LaVale with hunting black bear during closed season. A court date is set in Allegany County District Court for February 28;
  • Steven Highsmith of Edgewater with attempting to exceed the Region A deer bag limit, which carries a pre-payable fine of $250; and
  • Nathan Mullinix of Hancock with possessing deer during closed season, a court date is set in Allegany County District Court for February 28.

Talbot County ─ NRP charged 2 people with hunting violations in Talbot County.

  • On November 23, NRP charged Leslie Alton Fields with hunting deer during closed season, a court date has been set for January 17 in Talbot County District Court.
  • On November 21, NRP charged Dustin Lahman of Easton with hunting without written permission, hunting deer during closed season, failure to obey a lawful order, criminal trespassing, giving false information to a police officer, and a felon in possession of a firearm. A court date of January 17 has been set in Talbot County District Court.

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