TARPON SPRINGS — When the shrimp boat Skye Marie caught on fire Tuesday night in Tarpon Springs, the owner Billy Harris said he lost his livelihood. Harris is now afraid he could lose his freedom, as well. Harris said he’s being told by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission that the burned out, partially sunken boat is a derelict vessel and a navigation hazard. He said the agency told him, once he receives official notification, he will have five days to remove the boat or a warrant will be issued for his arrest. “I’ve never been locked up a day in my life and I’m 61 years old,” said Harris. “I don’t have a criminal record, other than speeding tickets like everybody else.” Harris said he’s received some quotes from salvage companies. He said they told him it will cost about $100,000 to remove the boat.