Charges officially filed in Lee's Landing case

Customers of Lee’s Landing in Port Deposit lined up in accordance with regulations for social distancing Sunday in these photos supplied by owner Dave Carey. However Maryland State Police charged owner Charles "Bud" Craven with two counts of violating the executive order against larges groups of people congregating.

ELKTON — Investigators have filed charges against the owner of a Port Deposit bar and restaurant, after he allegedly violated a gubernatorial emergency order that prohibits gatherings of more than 10 people - one of several such directives issued by Gov. Larry Hogan since March to prevent the spread of COVID-19, according to Cecil County District Court records.

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