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Two Men Arrested For Sniffing Glue And Benzene In Muanikoso Among Curfew Arrests

Fifteen arrests were made for breach of curfew with the Southern Division recording the most number of cases with nine in total.
25 Jun 2020 09:13
Two Men Arrested For Sniffing Glue And Benzene In Muanikoso Among Curfew Arrests

Fifteen arrests were made for breach of curfew with the Southern Division recording the most number of cases with nine in total.

The Western Division recorded four cases while the North and Central Divisions recorded one case each.

In the Southern Division the arrests were made in Nasinu, Nabua, Raiwaqa and Valelevu.

Two men aged 19 and a 21-year-old were arrested in Muanikoso as they were found sniffing glue and benzene.

The rest of the six arrests were all alcohol related as all suspects were found drunk and walking around in public.

In the Western Division three brothers were arrested as they were found drunk in the Namaka area, while a 39year old man was arrested for breaching curfew hours and is likely to face an additional charge of attempted burglary.

In the Central Division a man was arrested while walking along Victoria Parade heavily intoxicated, while a 19 year old was arrested in the Northern Division after he was found walking along the Nabouwalu Highway.

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