Maine Men Charged with Lobster Violations

Northern lobster hides in a wreck. Photo/Matthew Lawrence, NOAA Stellwagon Bank, National Marine Sanctuary

Bangor Daily News: Two Knox County men face fines of more than $190,000 after state fisheries officials say the men were caught with more than 400 illegal lobsters.

Ricky Curtis, 48, of Union, and his son, Todd Curtis, 29, of South Thomaston, have been charged with illegal possession of v-notched lobsters and mutilated lobsters.

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