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Posted at 7:58 AM ET, 01/13/2011

Illegal crab sales charges for 3 in Md.

By The Associated Press

Three Maryland men have been charged with selling crabs without a license.

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police announced the charges Wednesday against the Eastern Shore men for selling crabs harvested between June and September.

Natural Resources Police say Stephen Mark Mullikin of Cambridge, Wesley Matthew Finneyfrock, of St. Michaels, and William Christopher Bradley, also of St. Michaels, face multiple counts of selling crabs without a license and illegal possession of female crabs.

Finneyfrock and Bradley are also charged with possession of undersize hard crabs.

A Jan. 20 trial date was scheduled for Mullikin. Trials for Finneyfrock and Bradley are scheduled Feb. 17.

All three will be tried in Talbot County District Court.

By The Associated Press  | January 13, 2011; 7:58 AM ET
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Comments

"Undersize hard crabs."

TWSS!

Posted by: bs2004 | January 13, 2011 10:09 AM | Report abuse

Have these crabs been frozen and kept for evidence? If so, I volunteer to taste the evidence. One needs to make sure they are actually crabs and not crayfish disguised as crabs. I wonder if crustations celebrate Halloween.

Posted by: blackforestcherry | January 13, 2011 11:27 AM | Report abuse

I knew there was a reason for 13 murders in 13 days in PG County!! Damn illegal crabbers!

Posted by: DCFanatic | January 13, 2011 3:28 PM | Report abuse

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