Latest MDNR Report Reveals Increased Deer Harvest in Maryland

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A new report from The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reveals that deer hunters harvested 76,687 deer during the combined archery, firearms, and muzzleloader seasons, from September 9th through February 3rd, 2023. The statewide harvest included 29,682 antlered and 42,872 antlerless white-tailed deer, and 1,908 antlered and 2,225 antlerless sika deer. The harvest was…

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UPDATE: Commercial Building Fire in Laurel Under Investigation

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Fire investigators are still trying to determine the cause and origin of a massive fire that occurred in downtown Laurel overnight. Shortly before 1 a.m., The Laurel Fire Department received a report of the blaze on East Market Street. Firefighters arrived and found heavy smoke and fire coming from the commercial structure, which ended up…

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Explosive Devices Found in Princess Anne Home

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A Princess Anne man has been arrested on possession of explosive devices, malicious destruction of property and other offenses. Maryland State Police went to the home of 43 year old Clement Grangier with a search and seizure warrant on an on-going malicious destruction of property investigation and found 7 explosive devices – 3 pipe bombs…

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2 Wanted Subjects Found During Seaford Traffic Stop

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Two people found to be wanted by authorities are found during a traffic stop in Seaford, which also led to the seizure of firearms. Seaford Police said a vehicle registration check determined the operator, 31-year-old Michael Simerly of Greenwood, was the subject of a felony warrant. Also in the vehicle was a passenger. Police said…

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Del. Lawmakers Consider Constitutional Carry Proposal

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A Delaware legislative committee has heard testimony on a proposal to eliminate the requirement of a concealed carry permit for someone 21 years of age or older and not prohibited from having a firearm. State Senator David Lawson, R-Marydel said 20 states have similar provisions, which he says help law-abiding citizens carry a firearm for…

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Update: Amended Bill To Restrict Magazines Approved In House

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Update: Legislation to restrict large-capacity magazines and revise criminal statutes outlined in the original bill has passed in amended form in the House of Representatives. Magazine capacity would now be limited to 20 rounds for a handgun and 30 rounds for a long gun. Also, the crime of ‘selling, purchasing, receiving or transferring a large-capacity…

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VIDEO : AG Jennings Outlines Legislative Priorities

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Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings has listed her legislative priorities for the General Assembly session, several of which focus around firearms. Jennings supports a required permit to purchase a gun and a ban on what are known as assault weapons and high-capacity magazines. Jennings would also like to see regulation of homemade gun kits. The…

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Police arrest two, seize drugs and firearms in Lincoln

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Two men were arrested after police say a traffic stop turned up drugs and firearms in Lincoln. According to the Delaware State Police Department, around 2:13 p.m., Friday, troopers were on proactive patrol in the area of Johnson Road and Dupont Boulevard in Lincoln. A white 2007 Chevrolet Impala was traveling northbound on DuPont Boulevard…

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Annual Maryland Deer Harvest Lower

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Hunters in Maryland harvested 77,000 deer during the 2018-2019 season – which includes the archery, firearms and muzzleloader seasons.  Maryland Natural Resources officials say that number is lower overall and the number of antlerless deer taken represents 60% of the overall harvest.  On the Lower Shore counties, over 8400 deer were harvested – about 760…

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Federal Charges against 3 Men for Salisbury Armored Car Robbery

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Three men face federal charges after the robbery of an armored vehicle in Salisbury last January.  The US Attorney for the District of Maryland has charged 48 year old Orneth South of North Carolina, 42 year old Michael Watts of Brooklyn, NY and 38 year old Ryan Smith of Princess Anne with robbery and firearms…

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Millsboro Man Charged with Hunting Violations

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A Millsboro man has been arrested by Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police on hunting violations.  Police have charged 37 year old Sean Moore with 14 counts of possession of a firearm or ammunition by a person prohibited and 4 counts of possession or transport of antlerless deer that were killed illegally.  Police contacted Moore…

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