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SECRET VIDEOTAPING LEADS TO ARREST
Fredericksburg.com: "A local photographer has been arrested on charges he took nude pictures of a Hooters employee without her consent, police said. Craig Faulkner, 59, of Fredericksburg is charged with videotaping a person in the nude without consent, a Class 1 misdemeanor. He was arrested Tuesday and released on a $4,000 bond. Fredericksburg police spokeswoman Natatia Bledsoe said police are investigating other possible violations by Faulkner. During a search of his home this week, she said, police found evidence of other women who were apparently filmed without their consent and have identified 17 so far. A Class 1 misdemeanor carries a maximum penalty of a year in jail and a $2,500 fine."
BYO WINE IN FREDERICK
Frederick News Post: "The Frederick County delegation of state lawmakers is seeking approval on a bill that would allow patrons to bring their own bottles of wine into restaurants. The bill would give restaurants the choice of whether to practice "corkage," where patrons bring a bottle of wine and the restaurant charges a fee to serve it. Currently, only restaurants without a liquor license are permitted to allow patrons to bring wine."