Maine Lobsterman Gets Jail Time for Gun Incident
November 20, 2012
Lincoln County News: South Bristol lobsterman Gregory W. Lawson, 54, was sentenced to 3 months in jail on November 9 for threatening another lobsterman with a shotgun last year.
Justice Jeffrey Hjelm sentenced Lawson to 3 years in prison with all but 3 months suspended and 2 years of probation, concluding a sentence hearing in Lincoln County Superior Court.
Lawson, on the morning of November 30, 2011, approached Zachary Geyer at Osier’s Wharf, a wholesale seafood business where both men unload their catch, with a shotgun in hand.
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