Coast Guard suspends search for missing teenager off Gloucester Point, VA PORTSMOUTH, Va. — The Coast Guard suspended the search for a missing teenager off Gloucester Point, Virginia, at 11:00…
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One waterman found dead and tangled in gill net, boat sunk another waterman missing in the Swash Channel near Guinea Marsh
Mr. Brown’s body was found tangled in a nearby gill net. The Marine Police and other law enforcement agencies will continue to search for Mr. West until dark and will resume the search tomorrow if necessary.
MASTER TURKEY BAITERS NABBED: Turkeys are cheap at Food Lion but these turkeys face a high price to pay for being charged with baiting wild turkeys
EMMITSBURG, MD. — Natural Resources police reports that a Pennsylvania man was charged Saturday with hunting over bait after officers on surveillance in Emmitsburg caught him guiding a juvenile who violated several regulations.
Virginia, Maryland Marine Police & Coast Guard searched for missing boaters who never bothered to tell families they intended to camp out on Bay island
The adults did not tell the spouses where they were going and that they were going camping. The four adults and five children were found on the south end of Tangier Island in their camping gear at approximately 5:00 am this morning.
Chinese Pirate Poacher Caught 2nd time in week; Crisfield commercial waterman Ryan Brittingham busted for poaching in oyster sanctuary
Chinese Pirate Poacher Caught 2nd time in week; Crisfield commercial waterman Ryan Brittingham busted for poaching in oyster sanctuary – Ryan Christopher Brittingham, 25, of Crisfield, was charged with illegally harvesting wild oysters in an oyster sanctuary after officers conducting surveillance watched four vessels enter the protected area and remove 36 ½ bushels of oysters. The oysters were seized and returned to the sanctuary.
Chinese Pirate Poachers snare thousands of pounds of trophy red drum and speckled trout; cops snare them
CHINESE NEW YEAR POACHERS WERE HAULING IN THE BIG ONES
HAMPTON, VA. — Two Chinese men who police believe were out to snatch every large fish they could, regardless of legal limits, rules or species – in order to sell whole large fish to various Chinese restaurants for the Chinese New Year on Feb. 19th, now face serious felony charges.