Two hunters fined for hunting out of season

March 20, 1994

Illegally hunting deer about a quarter-mile from their Mount Airy homes on Oct. 26 has cost two hunters a total of $1,470 and their shotguns.

At a hearing in Carroll District Court on Wednesday, Timothy Adam Lewis Nash, 30, was fined $1,080 for hunting out of season, failure to tag a deer, hunting without a license and hunting on property without written permission of the landowner.

Steve Anthony Richardson, 29, was fined $390 for hunting out of season and hunting without written permission of the landowner. He was given 12 months of unsupervised probation for failure to tag a deer and for hunting without a license.

Both men live on Ellis Road, a short distance from Wind Ridge Road, where they were seen hunting by a Maryland Natural Resources Police officer a month before the firearms season, a ++ spokeswoman said.

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