Maine Lobsterman Guilty of Fishing Crimes

Maine Lobsterman Guilty of Fishing Crimes
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Bangor Daily News: An Orland [Maine] lobsterman who had his license suspended earlier this year for multiple fishing violations has pleaded guilty to fishing-related crimes in Hancock County, according to state officials.

Theodore Gray, 34, pleaded guilty last week in Hancock County Unified Criminal Court to possession of undersized and v-notched lobsters and to molesting lobster gear. As a result, he has been ordered to pay a $50,000 fine and to serve 2 days in jail.

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