Police briefs

October 22, 2009

Crime Solvers seek information about overnight attempted burglary at drug store

GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Franklin County (Pa.) Crime Solvers is seeking information about an overnight attempted burglary at Carl's Drug Store on U.S. 11.

A man broke a rear door's window while trying to get inside late Oct. 15 or early Oct. 16, according to a Crime Solvers press release.

Information leading to an arrest could result in a reward of up to $2,000.

To provide information, call Crime Solvers at 717-263-3000. Information can be given anonymously.

DNR charges five with waterfowl hunting violations

Five men, including a resident of Keedysville, have been charged by Maryland Natural Resources Police with a migratory waterfowl violation, according to a news release from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.

On Oct. 17, the following men were charged with hunting waterfowl with the aid of bait and exceeding the daily bag limit of waterfowl:


o Edward Michael Enser, 57, of Frederick, Md.

o Raymond Joseph Glasglow Jr., 55, of Davidsonville, Md.

o Lewis Michael Kefauver, 53, of Keedysville

o Charles Frank Powers, 59, of Frederick, Md.

o Russell David Thompson, 34, of Dickerson, Md.

The maximum fine for these violations is $1,500 for each charge. A court date of Jan. 6, 2010, has been set for the men.

During a routine flight with the Maryland State Police Aviation unit on Oct. 13, Natural Resources Police officers discovered a pond with corn in the water. The use of harvested grain placed in water to attract waterfowl is an illegal method to hunt waterfowl.

On Oct. 17, the opening day of waterfowl season, officers set up surveillance of the area. Officers observed individuals shooting at waterfowl and stopped the hunt, according to the release.

The individuals had 23 wood ducks and two mallard ducks in their possession, the release states. The daily bag limit for ducks is six per person, including three wood ducks.

Five weapons were seized, as were the illegal ducks, which were donated to the local Union Rescue Mission, according to the release.

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