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Drunk Boating Operation Successful
NRP charged two boaters with alcohol violations during a saturation patrol Saturday, Aug. 6, on the South River. Thirteen people were also cited for various boating violations, 19 warnings were issued and two were charged with operating a vessel while intoxicated:
- Timothy S. Wierzbicki, 39, of Washington, D.C. was operating a 18-foot power vessel and was apprehended for exceeding the posted 6-knot speed limit near the Rt. 2 bridge. He was cited for OWI and subsequently released.
- John B. Gillogly, 46, of Edgewater, Md. was apprehended for exceeding the posted 25-knot nighttime speed limit near the South River and for exceeding the posted 6-knot speed limit near the Rt. 2 bridge. Gillogly passed out during the apprehension and was transported to Anne Arundel Medical Center for treatment. He was cited for OWI and remained in the hospital for evaluation.
August 8, 2005
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