Officers on patrol in Anne Arundel County Saturday afternoon charged four dirt bike riders with illegal operation.
Jeremy Sean Martin, 26, and Calvin M. Reid Jr., 24, both of Lothian, George Cody Hall II, 48, of Annapolis, and Sean Francis McMillian, 42, of North Beach, received citations for operating an off-road vehicle on property without written permission.
They were stopped on a trail in Davidsonville off Governor’s Bridge Road that is owned by Anne Arundel County. The trail is clearly posted as prohibiting the use of motorized vehicles. None of the riders had written permission to be operating their dirt bikes on the property.
A records check showed that Martin had outstanding warrants in Anne Arundel County and Manassas, Virginia. He was arrested and taken to the Anne Arundel County Detention Center to await extradition to Virginia.
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