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Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) Charge Pasadena Man with OWI
On Saturday July 23, NRP arrested Guillermo David Lozano, 47, of Pasadena on the South River for operating a vessel while under the influence of alcohol. Lozano was stopped for exceeding the posted 6-knot speed limit in the area of the Rt. 2 Bridge in Edgewater. Lozano was operating a 26' cabin cruiser. If a person is found guilty and is a first time offender, the maximum penalty for operating a vessel while under the influence of alcohol is $1000 and/or one year in jail.
July 28, 2005
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