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August 4, 2014

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NRP Blotter

by kking

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A Virginia woman was arrested Friday night by the Maryland Natural Resources Police and charged with second-degree assault, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after an incident near Ocean City.

Corinne Aileen Stout, 32, of Newport News, was stopped by officers at 8:30 p.m. for speeding, after her boat was observed in the Isle of Wight Bay just south of the U.S. 50 bridge.

During the stop an officer decided to take her to shore for sobriety tests. Stout became agitated and attempted to leave, disobeying an order and pushing an officer. She was placed under arrest at which time she resisted and was handcuffed.

Stout is scheduled to appear at the District Court in Snow Hill on Sept. 23. If found guilty of all charges, she faces a maximum fine of $10,500 and up to 13 years in prison. 

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    1. Bob Cianflone
      Aug 7 2014

      She should not have been speeding, and definitely not consuming alcohol while boating. And, to add to fer foolishness, assaulting a police officer just shows how inane some people can be. She deserves the maximum sentence that the judge gives her, because she was jeopardizing the lives of others.

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