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Saturday, November 26, 2016

Maryland Natural Resources Police Regain Use of Helicopter

HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources is flying high after regaining use of a helicopter for aerial surveillance.

The agency said in a statement Wednesday that it’s using the chopper this fall to help enforce deer hunting and oyster-harvesting regulations.

The aviation unit was eliminated in 2009 in a cost-cutting move by the administration of former governor Martin O’Malley. The agency says the helicopter was transferred to the Harford County Sheriff’s Office.

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Unbelievable use of technique against the American people.

Anonymous said...

To protect and collect.

Anonymous said...

It's believable.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Unbelievable use of technique against the American people.

November 26, 2016 at 3:32 PM

Please EXPLAIN!!

Anonymous said...

They shouldn't gain use of it. It belongs to DNR so give it back to them.

While you are at it please consider putting all "state" police agencies under the Maryland State Police. DNR, State Fire Marshal, Maryland Transit, Maryland Transportation, University or Maryland System(SU included). OSFM should be and act like real police officers instead of just "investigating fires only." Make them a branch of the MSP and act like police officers. The state taxpayers paid for them to go to a police academy and they should act like real police officers.

Anonymous said...

To protect and collect should be their motto.

Anonymous said...

No to stalk and hurrass

Ed said...

Hey Joe a deer hunter was killed yesterday in Fredneck county .his gun went off striking him head . So to all the hunters be safe