ANNAPOLIS, Md. - In a story on Feb. 3 about watermen being charged with oyster violations, The Associated Press, relying on information from the Maryland Natural Resources Police, erroneously reported that Mason Coursey had been charged. Police now say another man gave them Coursey's name and tidal fish license, which he did not have permission to use.
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