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By MELISSA HARRIS | March 12, 2006
Howard County police have opened an investigation into the illegal dumping of about two dozen dead snow geese at a Columbia playground this month, police spokeswoman Sherry Llewellyn said Friday. Maryland Department of Natural Resources police decided not to open a similar case last week after they found no evidence of illegal hunting. Snow geese have a liberal bag limit of 15 birds per hunter per day. Hunting season ended Feb. 25. Residents found the birds March 2 in Kings Contrivance village, and their deaths were first reported in the Columbia Flier.
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By MELISSA HARRIS | March 12, 2006
Howard County police have opened an investigation into the illegal dumping of about two dozen dead snow geese at a Columbia playground this month, police spokeswoman Sherry Llewellyn said Friday. Maryland Department of Natural Resources police decided not to open a similar case last week after they found no evidence of illegal hunting. Snow geese have a liberal bag limit of 15 birds per hunter per day. Hunting season ended Feb. 25. Residents found the birds March 2 in Kings Contrivance village, and their deaths were first reported in the Columbia Flier.
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October 26, 2004
A Washington man was presumed dead yesterday after he fell from a boat in the Chester River early Sunday morning, police said. About 3:20 a.m., John Eric Gaither, 41, fell into the water near the Castle Marina in Queen Anne's County, said Cpl. Ken Turner, a spokesman for the Maryland Natural Resources Police. Turner said firefighters, Department of Natural Resources officers, state police and members of the Coast Guard searched for Gaither for about 12 hours before turning their mission into a recovery operation.
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By JUSTIN FENTON | October 24, 2005
A man found dead on a Susquehanna State Park trail Saturday was identified yesterday as 60-year-old Richard Edward Lottero, a park volunteer from Havre de Grace, police said. He died of a heart attack, the state medical examiner's office said. A woman hiking on the Heritage Greenway trail spotted his body about 3:40 p.m. and called 911, said Cpl. Ken Turner, spokesman for the Maryland Natural Resources Police. Lottero often helped groom park trails and was believed to be doing so at the time of his death, Turner said.
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By James Drew | June 15, 2008
A Pasadena woman remained in critical condition yesterday afternoon after a boating collision in Stony Creek near Fort Smallwood Road in Pasadena. Sharon L. Martin, 46, was riding a personal watercraft about 8 p.m. Friday when it collided with a 38-foot powerboat. The four people on the power boat were uninjured, said Sgt. Ken Turner, spokesman for the Maryland Natural Resources Police. Martin was in critical condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center. The accident remains under investigation, said Turner, adding that several witnesses were interviewed yesterday.
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October 1, 2004
An Annapolis man was charged yesterday with selling yachts without a license and with stealing a licensing sticker from one boat to use on another vessel, Department of Natural Resources police said. If found guilty of the illegal sales charge, John J. Regan, who owns Associated Yachts of Annapolis, could face a $500 fine, said Cpl. Ken Turner, a spokesman for the Maryland Natural Resources Police. A court date has not yet been set for the theft charges, he said.
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By Melissa Harris | July 22, 2007
A Gettysburg, Pa., man has been charged in the attempted sale of a black bear hide during a Native American Powwow at the Howard County Fairgrounds in West Friendship last weekend, according to Maryland Natural Resources Police. Sgt. Ken Turner said that Edward Leroy Myers, 49, violated state laws prohibiting the sale of bear skins. "We're trying to prevent so-called `market hunters,' or people who hunt for a living," Turner said. "State law allows commercial fishing, but not commercial hunting with a few exceptions."
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By JOHN FRITZE | May 29, 2007
State officials found the man who abandoned a small sailboat in the Magothy River in Anne Arundel County over the weekend after the sailor called authorities yesterday to let them know he was safe. Maryland Natural Resources Police, the Coast Guard and members of the Anne Arundel County Fire Department searched the water throughout the night and into yesterday morning after authorities found the day sailer capsized with its sails out on Sunday night, said Sgt. Ken Turner with the Natural Resources Police.
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By Laura McCandlish | May 19, 2007
The body of a 35-year-old man who fell from the stern of a fishing boat Sunday night was recovered in the Patuxent River in Calvert County yesterday morning, the Maryland Natural Resources Police said. A boater found the body of William Linden O'Neill III of Prince Frederick about a mile southwest of the mouth of St. Leonards Creek at 8:22 a.m., said Sgt. Ken Turner, spokesman for the Natural Resources Police. O'Neill had fallen from a 35-foot boat about 9 p.m. Sunday night. Three other people were on board.
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June 17, 2005
Five people rescued after boat capsizes Coast Guard and Maryland Natural Resources Police rescued five people from the Chesapeake Bay after their boat capsized Tuesday evening. The five Virginia residents were riding in a 17-foot Bayliner when its engine stopped, said Cpl. Ken Turner with the Natural Resources Police. Though the weather was mild, choppy waves eventually swamped the boat because its bilge pump would not function, Turner said. "There wasn't really anything they could've done," he said.
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October 26, 2006
Two Jessup men have been charged with baiting black bears - with cookies and cake- while hunting this week on private property in Garrett County, Maryland Natural Resources Police said yesterday. Kendall T. Hayden, 51, and Frederick C. Wieland Jr., 42, were issued citations about 10:30 a.m. Monday in Oakland for hunting black bears with bait after police received an anonymous tip from a concerned citizen, Sgt. Ken Turner of the Natural Resources Police said in a news release. When officers arrived in the area off Cranesville Road near the Youghiogheny Mountain Resort, they observed Hayden hunting from a tree stand over a baited area covered in cookies and cakes, the release said.
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