For Violating Maryland’s Lockdown Order
Maryland State Police spox Greg Shipley told the Cecil Daily, “The investigation indicated the restaurant was selling ‘to go’ food and drink orders, but some of that food and drink was being consumed on the premises. The crowd dispersed and those who remained were determined to be waiting for carryout orders.”
Port Deposit business owner facing charges for Sunday crowds
Troopers said they were at the Port Deposit restaurant a week ago responding to reports of large numbers of patrons. Sgt. S. Spayd said Sunday that the law enforcement agency had to return this Sunday and found more than 70 motorcycles in the parking lot.
“Apparently they thought it was OK to serve drinks at the bar and the dock bar while people waited for their orders,” Spayd said.
Carey told the Cecil Whig that could not be farther from the truth, saying there were no more than 10 motorcycles on the parking lot and customers waited for their orders and left.