Sedgwick lobsterman faces criminal charges, 3 yr suspension after violent ocean confrontation

A Sedgwick fisherman is facing criminal charges and a possible three-year suspension of his lobster license because of a last fall in which he allegedly rammed another fisherman’s boat, shot off a flare gun and intentionally broke a line on one of that fisherman’s traps. Carl W. Gray, 41, is facing a civil charge of tampering with another fisherman’s gear and three criminal charges associated with the Oct. 5 incident. He has been charged with operating a watercraft to endanger and theft by unauthorized taking, both Class E misdemeanors, and a Class C felony charge of reckless conduct with a dangerous weapon, according to court documents filed in Ellsworth. Read the rest here 08:22

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