"Shocking and reprehensible".
That's what the Maine Marine Patrol is saying about the case of a Stonington lobsterman who allegedly violated several state laws.
34 year old Theodore Gray is accused of possessing 269 undersize lobsters and possession of 123 v-notched lobsters.
He was also charged with molesting lobster equipment after officials said they found 20 traps in his possession that belonged to another fisherman.
The Marine Patrol says the number of short lobsters in this case is the most in recent history.
Gray faces fines of more than $100 thousand dollars and jail time if convicted.
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