Lobsterman Could Face $100K in Fines
May 22, 2014
PressHerald.com: In what the Maine Marine Patrol calls an “egregious” violation of the law, a Stonington [Maine] lobsterman has been charged with possessing hundreds of undersized lobsters and illegal female lobsters.
If convicted, Theodore Gray, 34, faces potential jail time and more than $100,000 in fines.
The Marine Patrol said that on May 9  it charged Gray with possessing 269 undersized lobsters and 123 female lobsters with so-called V-notches, as well as 20 traps owned by another lobsterman.
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