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MOREHEAD CITY – The N.C. Marine Patrol, law enforcement branch of the state Division of Marine Fisheries, has added two new officers to its ranks.

Gene Maready is a new field officer working in the Tyrrell County area. Prior to his employment with Marine Patrol, Maready worked for 13 years as a Deputy with the Duplin County Sheriff=s Department, rising to the rank of lieutenant.

Shane Bryan is a new field officer working in the Hatteras/Buxton area. Prior to his employment with Marine Patrol, Bryan worked for seven years as a Deputy with the Hyde County Sheriff=s Department. During his law enforcement career he has attended K-9 handler school and worked with the N.C. Multi-Jurisdictional Narcotics Task Force.

The Marine Patrol has 58 sworn law enforcement officer positions along the coast and its jurisdiction includes all coastal waters extending to 3 miles offshore and out to 200 miles offshore for some federally regulated species. Officers monitor 2.5 million acres of water and over 4,000 miles of coastline. Along with inspecting commercial and recreational boats, Marine Patrol officers also check seafood markets, fish dealers, restaurants, piers, beaches and vehicles carrying seafood.

For more information, please contact Colonel Joe Lynch, N.C. Marine Patrol, by e-mail at [email protected] or by phone at 252-726-7021 or 800-682-2632.
 

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