Maryland Natural Resources Police Donate Vension to the Needy
Annapolis, MD –-(Ammoland.com)- The Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP) donated venison to the Carroll County Food Sunday and the Nehemiah House in White Marsh on March 3 and 4.
As part of an investigation into the illegal hunting of whitetail deer in Carroll County, 150 pounds of venison was seized from William Westbrook Evans III.
An investigation revealed that Evans illegally shot and killed multiple deer during the fall of 2010.
Evans pled guilty February 9 to possession of deer during a closed season and failure to check in deer within 24 hours in the District Court of Maryland for Carroll County. The court sentenced Evans to probation before judgment. Evans received 18 months of unsupervised probation and a $1,000 fine for each violation, with $850 per fine suspended. Additionally, his hunting license is suspended for one year.
The Nehemiah House Inc. provides temporary shelter, counseling and rehabilitation of homeless men who are victims of substance abuse or other ill effects of society. Information on the Nehemiah house can be found at www.ministriesofcompassion.com/nehemiah_house.html/Welcome.html .
Carroll County Food Sunday is a nonprofit organization of volunteers and members of the community that supports Carroll County residences by attending to their emergency food needs. More information about Carroll County Food Sunday can be found at www.ccfoodsunday.org
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