Friday, April 19, 2024

Second sea egg charge


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At St John man has been charged for possession of sea eggs during the closed season for the second time this month.

Deon Anderson David Norville, 23, of Martins Bay, St John was arrested and formally charged yesterday.

During a police operation in Martin’s Bay, he was seen with a bag containing sea eggs.   

He is to appear at the District C Magistrates Court today.

Norville was among three people who were arrested on September 10 and jointly charged with a similar offence. He appeared at Court and was fined. (PR/SAT)



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