TILGHMAN ISLAND, Md. (WBOC/AP)- There is more legal trouble for an
Eastern Shore businessman and charter boat captain.
Levin Levin "Buddy" Harrison III of Tilghman Island is being accused
by federal prosecutors of exceeding the hunting limit for Canada geese.
He is scheduled to appear Jan. 5 in federal court in Baltimore. If found
guilty of this violation, the maximum penalty is six months in prison
and a $15,000 fine.
Harrison already has three fishing-law violations. He operates a
seafood processing plant, a restaurant and a fleet of fishing boats.
Last summer, Maryland Natural Resources Police alleged that undersized
rockfish were being processed at the plant.
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