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NRP Charges Five for Illegal Dove Hunting Near Denton
Friday, Sept. 2, NRP officers charged five men for hunting dove over bait near Denton in Caroline County. Craig A. Scheibach, 35, Harry K. Nield, 38, Nathaniel B. Leader, 25, all from Annapolis, Clifford G. Scheibach, 67, of Arnold and Michael C. Soliday, 35, of Gettysburg, Pa., were charged with distribution of feed to hunt game birds. For first time offenders, the maximum penalty is $15,000.
September 6, 2005
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