Food Tampering Charges Moved To Inactive Docket In Salisbury - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Food Tampering Charges Moved To Inactive Docket In Salisbury

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SALISBURY, Md. - A Hebron man accused of poking holes in meat packages and hiding chicken necks at the Hebron Food Rite will have to pay back the store for damages.

A lawyer for 60-year-old Steven Berry says his case was put on the inactive docket.  This is not a conviction, which means Berry isn't admitting guilt, and he will not be on probation. He will however have to pay over $300 in restitution to the store. Berry was facing five charges of malicious destruction of property in connection with the alleged meat tampering.

There is also a no-trespass order in place for Berry at the store.

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