Daily Archives: January 26, 2015

Pirate Poachers of the Chesapeake: Adam Antes busted again for raid on oyster sanctuary; Kevin Tarleton has decades of deception as he loots the Bay

OUTLAW WATERMEN

Poaching Pirate of the Chesapeake Adam Antes Continues to Flout the Law

NRP Charges Four Watermen with Oyster Violations; Adam Antes Busted Twice in a Month for Raiding Oyster Sanctuary

NANTICOKE, MD. — Natural Resources Police report that four Eastern Shore watermen charged during January with state wildlife violations by Maryland Natural Resources Police officers. One of them was cited again for raiding a sanctuary on the heels of another raid just a week earlier.

Maryland Police Beat: TROOPERS ARREST THREE PUNKS FOR SHOOTING AT VEHICLES ON I-95 IN CECIL CO.

TROOPERS ARREST THREE YOUTHS FOR SHOOTING AT VEHICLES ON I-95 IN CECIL CO.
Just when the weather was getting ready to turn even more deadly a new danger to driving on I-95 in Maryland came from three thugs with a BB gun who set up a vantage point overlooking the busiest highway in America and began to fire away at traffic. Here is the report from the Maryland State Police:

Prince Georges Police Charged Delano Dunmore in Shooting His Pals During Spat; Then Shot Self…but not between the eyes!

Prince Georges Police Beat: Triple Tough-Teen Temper Tantrum – Lead Flies! The preliminary investigation reveals Dunmore shot the two teens and then shot himself. His injuries are non-life threatening. The investigation suggests an argument between the teens escalated into the shootings. Dunmore is in custody at a hospital and is being held on a no bond status.

Henrico Police Beat: Cops Want Robber Who Hit Two Fast Food Joints

HENRICO COUNTY, VA. – An armed man who robbed two Henrico County restaurants in the past few weeks is suspected of being responsible for both heists.

Henrico Police reports that the first robbery took place on Friday, January 9, 2015, at approximately 6:20 AM.

Sunday Fishtackular: Here’s to fine wines and tight lines

The sunset was magnificent! The sky was lit all around the horizon with a multitude of colors and cloud formations. It could have been the best sunset in the history of the world. As we marveled at the beauty, New York City was preparing for two feet (or more) of snow. Not only was my wife happy, she is also presently enthusiastic about helping me finish our big electric powered, handicapped accessible catamaran to share the joy of wine and bait sunset cruises with our friends and handicapped heroes.