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2 TUESDAY, JUNE 7- THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2011 NEWS ca~ G ette Commercial fishermen likely dumped carcasses By Roger Hilli$ rogerhillis@ca pegazette.com Swimmers and sunbathers in Rehoboth Beach June 4 wit- nessed a tide of dead fish - hun- dreds of which washed ashore. Rehoboth Beach Police Chief Keith Banks said his department began receiving phone com- plaints about 2 p.m. Police conferred with Re- hoboth Beach Patrol Capt. Kent Buckson and City Manager Greg Eerrese; lifeguards ordered swimmers to leave the water. Sci- entists from the state Depart- ment of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.exam- ined the fish and identifie l them as menhaden. When it was de- termined the carcasses were safe to handle, city workers began re- moving therh. "We had Mel Craig and his crew from our public works de- partment remove the fish with some help from the lifeguards," Continued on page 4 Q~ l v, DEAD MENHADEN PHOTO COURTESY OF ALAN HENNEY are visible on the sands of Rehoboth Beach June 4. TOWN OF SUBMITTED PHOTO DEWEY BEACH POLICE QFFICERS, Town Manager Diana Smith, Commissioner Rick Solloway and Commissioner Zeke Przygocki, and The Starboard owner Steve "Monty" Montgomery met with visiting officers May 29 to express their gratitude for their assistance through the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Gathering before the officers go on duty are (I-r) Mont- gomery, Dewey Beach Cpl. Brooks Jenny, Blades Chief Ed Cooke, Dewey Beach~Lt. Billy Hocker, Blades Ptlm. Dustin Hamilton, Smith, Camden Pfc. Steven Bishop, Solloway, Przygocki, Camden Pfc. Jim Wood, Milton Lt. Derrick Harvey, Laurel Cpl. Adam Coleman, Laurel Pfc. J. J. Kansal Laurel Pfc. Jerrod Haddock and Dagsboro Sgt. Harry Litten. ona rop in I police " Memorial Day Bell June 1 show that arrests fell from 67 in 2010 to this year's 53, and reported incidents dropped from 42 to 29. With an estimated 35,000 people in Dewey over the weekend, Police Chief Sam Mackert says he could not be more pleased. wee The 2011 Memorial Day Week- "The primary cause of the con- end criminal incident and arrest tinuing drop," Mackert said, "is numbers are in, and Delaware the increased police presence in Criminal Justice Information Dewey Beach over Memorial System Executive Director Peggy weekend" Bell says they look great for "Three of our businessmen - Dewey Beach. The final figures released by Continued on page 4 Crawispaces with foundation vents are often responsible for foul smelling odors in your home, especially in the summer months. Fallen, wet insulation, standing water; mold, and bacteria generate odors which find their way into your home. They are both unpleasant and unhealthy. We Can Help: Crawlspace Encapsulation and Dehumidification Systems More than 1000 crawlspaces repaired in the last 5 years Free Esl 8 E R V I C E 8