Crime & Court

Drunk Teen In Pacific Harbour Among Curfew Arrests

Thirteen cases were recorded from Friday 11pm to Saturday 4am. The Southern Division recorded seven cases, East four while the West recorded two cases.
01 Nov 2020 08:50
Drunk Teen In Pacific Harbour Among Curfew Arrests

Twenty-three breaches of curfew restrictions were recorded over the last two days.

Thirteen cases were recorded from Friday 11pm to Saturday 4am. The Southern Division recorded seven cases, East four while the West recorded two cases.

All arrests made in the Eastern Division involved men who were drunk while all seven cases recorded in the Southern Division involved those loitering in public places.

In the Western Division one woman was arrested drunk in Natabua.

From 11pm last night to 4am this morning ten cases were reported whereby the Western Division recorded seven cases while the Southern Division recorded three reports.

Six of the seven arrests recorded in Lautoka and Rakiraki involved men who were drunk in public.

A woman was arrested drunk and walking around in Cunningham, whereas a 17-year old was found drunk in Pacific Harbour and a 27-year-old man was drunk and walking along Laucala Bay Road.

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