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Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) Charge Two Edgewater Men for Operating Vessels While Intoxicated
NRP charged two Edgewater men Sunday night (July 17) in separate incidents. Vincent Innocenzio Arcidiacono, 43, of Edgewater was cited for operating a vessel while under the influence of alcohol and operating a vessel while impaired by alcohol. He was operating a 50-foot power boat near Spa Creek on the Severn River at approximately 7 p.m.
Edward Francis Madden, 43, of Edgewater, was also cited for operating a vessel while under the influence of alcohol and operating a vessel while impaired by alcohol. He was operating a 24-foot cabin cruiser near the Route 2 Bridge on the South River at approximately 9 p.m.
- Press Contact: Cpl. Ken Turner, 410-260-8003 or firstname.lastname@example.org
July 21, 2005
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