BUILD A WALL AROUND THAT BRIDGE Washington Suburbs Rockfish Poachers HOLA HOMBRES! they violated just about every dang poaching rule that exists

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Poached Rockfish displayed by Natural Resources Police of a recent catch nabbed by illegal fishermen.

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Washington Suburbs Rockfish Poachers
HOLA HOMBRES! they violated just about every dang poaching rule that exists

ANNAPOLIS, MD. – Maryland Natural Resources Police report that continued enforcement at Fishing Creek Bridge in Dorchester County in early May of 2017 resulted in 13 men being charged and 435 fish were seized.

The following men were charged with keeping undersized striped bass, keeping fish over the daily creel limit, fishing in a closed area, and possession of striped bass between midnight and 5 a.m.:

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Francisco Merlos Guzman, 40, of Lanham; Jose Francisco Gutierrez, 33, of Annapolis; Jose Aristides Viera, 50, of New Carrollton; Miguel A. Alvarenga, 50, of Hyattsville; Marvin Omar Larios Guerra, 43, of Rockville; Mauro Gerardo Canjura Morales, 53, of Brentwood; Erik M. Guerra, 39, of Silver Spring; Luis A. Gonzalez, 28, of Fort Washington; and Yemi J. Flores Flores, 35, of Annapolis. Also, Jose Contreras, 50, Erick Isai Melendez Romero, 37, Victor Omar Membreno Guerara, 25, and Ramon A. Gonzales, 55, all of Silver Spring.

All the defendants are scheduled to appear in Dorchester County District Court Aug. 16. The maximum penalty for each count is $1,500.

In April, the Natural Resources Police nabbed more Rockfish poachers at Fishing Creek Bridge:

Over two nights of surveillance, officers charged nine men with possessing 87 striped bass from the waters of Dorchester County.

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An officer watched as four men caught striped bass and hid them in storm drains on Fishing Creek Bridge. The officer recovered 14 fish.

An officer watched as four men caught striped bass and hid them in storm drains on Fishing Creek Bridge. The officer recovered 14 fish.

Charged with possessing striped bass in a closed season were: Juan Manuel Bravo, 34, of Hyattsville; Emerson DeJesus-Vargas Campos, 26, of Riverdale; Jairo Dario Ramirez, 22, of Upper Marlboro; and Elmer Antonio Castillo Araniva, 23, of Upper Marlboro.

The next night, officers watched as five men from Prince George’s County caught fish and placed them in the trunk of an SUV. When officers stopped the vehicle and searched it, they found 73 striped bass in a duffel bag.

Charged with possessing striped bass in a closed season were: Kevin Wilfredo Portillo-Lopez, 20, Riverdale; Paris Benjamin Lizano Molina, 20, of New Carrollton; Steven Antonio Cabrera, 19, of Riverdale; Joel Antonio Portillo Ramirez, 21, of Cheverly; and Ariel Maur Sagastizado Sanchez, 21, of Hyattsville.

All nine men are scheduled to appear in Dorchester County District Court June 28. If found guilty, each man could be fined as much as $1,500.

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