Store part-owner arrested, accused of selling venison

The part-owner of a Gambrills food store was arrested yesterday and charged with selling deer meat from his food store.

Maryland Natural Resources Police charged Raymond M. Jermin Jr., 52, with two counts of selling deer meat from the Jermin Foodliner on Route 175 in Gambrills.

It is against the law in Maryland to sell meat from any game mammal.

Mr. Jermin was released on his own recognizance.

Selling deer meet carries maximum fines of up to $1,500 per count.

Youths steal $100 from Severn man

A 37-year-old Severn man was robbed of $100 by a gang of juveniles at Stillmeadows and Jacobs roads Sunday evening, county police said.

According to the police report, 10 juveniles walked up to the man as he stopped at the corner about 7:30 p.m. and asked him if he had change for a $50 bill.

When the man took out his wallet, one of the teen-agers grabbed the $50, another grabbed the man's wallet with $100 in it, a third hit the man in the face and the group ran off.

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