Two watermen were charged with illegal oyster harvesting in separate incidents in St. Mary’s and Somerset counties by Maryland Natural Resources Police officers.
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A Wicomico County waterman convicted of multiple oyster poaching violations has been permanently banned from commercially fishing in Maryland waters by an administrative law judge.
A Washington County man was charged Tuesday with illegal use of public lands by the Maryland Natural Resources Police.
The Maryland Natural Police charged a Pennsylvania man with deer poaching in Montgomery County and investigated a tree stand fall on the Eastern Shore.
Two poachers who picked on the wrong deer—a police decoy—had their hunting licenses suspended and their gear seized Thursday by a district judge in St. Mary’s County.
Officers of the Maryland Natural Resources Police arrested one man on drug charges and charged two other men with deer poaching in incidents in Worcester and Harford counties.
Three hunters were charged Wednesday with bear poaching on state land in Garrett County and another hunter was charged in Allegany County by Maryland Natural Resources Police officers.
The Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) mourns the death last weekend of K-9 Bear, assigned to the Central Region. Born on Nov. 5, 2004, Bear was purchased as a hunting dog. But when the owner realized he did not have time to train the black Lab, he donated it to Delaware Fish and Game.
The traditional final weekend of summer proved to be a busy one for the men and women of Maryland Natural Resources Police. For the three-day Labor Day holiday, officers responded to 15 boating accidents that resulted in injury or property damage, arrested six people on charges of impaired boating and seven others on criminal charges. Read the Rest…
SANDY POINT STATE PARK – Vowing to step up enforcement and outreach to protect Maryland’s boating public, the Maryland Natural Resources Police today outlined a campaign that will run weekends through Labor Day. Seventeen people have died in boating accidents in Maryland so far this year, two short of the record reached in 2011 and 1996.