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Garrett bear hunting violations bring fines

January 20, 2012

From Cumberland Times-News

OAKLAND Seven of 13 people charged on Oct. 24 by Maryland Natural Resources Police with bear hunting violations in Garrett County have paid fines. The remaining defendants are scheduled for trials during the next 60 days.

For each fine paid, the guilty also paid a $22.50 court cost.

Anthony Noel Russell Jr., 42, Reistertown, $477.50 hunting over bait, $177.50 not wearing orange. Charged by Cpl. Mike Friend on Dry Run Road, Swanton.

Michael George Foriter, 51, Glydon, $477.50 hunting over bait. Charged by Cpl. Walter May at Dry Run Road.

Terri Russell Tavenner, 48, Hanover, $477.50 hunting over bait, $227.50 out of sight of hunting partner, $427.50 hunting as a subpermittee without license. Charged by Officer Brian Friend on Collier Road, Accident.

Mark Douglas Snider, 48, Artemas, Pa., $447.50 hunting over bait, $227.50 out of sight of hunting partner. Charged by Cpl. William Thomas on Collier Road.

Lucas Tyler Snider, 18, Artemas, Pa., $447.50 hunting over bait, $227.50 out of sight of hunting partner. Charged by Cpl. William Thomas on Collier Road.

Carl Irvin Dillman, 53, Berkeley Springs, W.Va., $447.50 hunting over bait, $227.50 out of sight of hunting partner. Charged by Officer Brian Friend on Collier Road.

Ralph Kaese Dillman, 44, Berkeley Springs, W.Va., $477.50 hunting over bait, $227.50 out of sight of hunting partner, $427.50 hunting as a subpermittee without license. Charged by Officer Brian Friend on Collier Road.

Charles Lester Blum, 47, and Nancy Marie Blum, 53, both of Finksburg, charged by Sgt. David Marple near Cranesville with hunting over bait and being out of sight of hunting partner, will stand trial in Garrett County District Court Feb. 9 at 1 p.m. The Blums are represented by Attorney Ted Wolf.

James Francis Martinek, 67, Oakland, charged by Officer Mike Cooper near Cranesville with hunting over bait and being out of sight of hunting partner, will stand trial March 22 at 9 a.m.

Philip Joseph Martinek, 36, Pylesville, charged by Officer Mike Cooper near Cranesville with being out of sight of hunting partner, will stand trial March 22.

Neil Franklin Howes, 64, and Thomas James Howes, 25, both of Sykesville, each charged by Officer Brian Friend with hunting over bait, will stand trial Thursday at 9 a.m.

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