Two men and a juvenile have been charged with illegal deer hunting as the result of an extensive investigation by the Maryland Natural Resources Police and the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office.
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The Maryland Natural Resources Police recently charged two men with wildlife violations in Cecil and Somerset counties. Acting on a tip, officers went to the Elkton home of David Michael Reeves, 29, on Feb. 7 and saw him butchering a deer carcass hanging from a swing set.
An Anne Arundel County man has been charged by the Maryland Natural Resources Police with 45 counts of illegal deer hunting and faces potential fines of $11,250 for actions taken on Gibson Island this fall.
Three men and a juvenile were arrested Monday by Maryland Natural Police officers for a string of thefts of hunting equipment on the Eastern Shore over a three-month period. Matthew Thomas Waddell, 19, of Church Hill, was charged with 12 counts in connection with the theft of deer stands and Canada goose decoys, conspiracy, a Read the Rest…
The Maryland Natural Resources Police charged the following men with violations in Washington and Queen Anne’s counties: In Washington County, a hunter was charged on Nov. 25 with multiple violations after NRP officers found unreported deer hanging in a shed near his home.
The Maryland Natural Resources Police charged the following men with violations in Cecil, Garrett and Talbot counties.
The Maryland Natural Resources Police charged two men with illegal oystering in Queen Anne’s County and two men with illegal hunting in St. Mary’s County.
Maryland Natural Resources Police officers this week charged four men with illegal oyster harvesting in two separate incidents on the Eastern Shore, and three men with hunting violations in two separate incidents in Garret County.
Maryland Natural Police officers this week charged a total of six people with natural resources offenses on land and water.
A Flintstone man was found guilty yesterday in Allegany District Court of illegally hunting a black bear and a deer. He was fined $500, ordered to pay $800 in restitution to the state, and had his hunting privileges suspended for one year.