Crime & Court

COVID-19: Six Arrested For Playing Billiards In Naitasiri

Six people were found playing billiards at Nacokaika village in Naitasiri while three others were arrested in Cautata village for drinking grog.
03 May 2021 10:37
COVID-19: Six Arrested For Playing Billiards In Naitasiri
A Police checkpoint near Tamavua-i-Wai in Suva, before the bridge to Delainavesi, Lami, on April 30, 2021. Photo: Leon Lord

22 cases were recorded over the last 24-hours for breach of Curfew Orders as well as failure to comply with the Health Restrictions.

Of that number 13 were arrested for not adhering to the health restrictions while nine were found to have breached curfew orders.

The Southern Division recorded seven cases whereby all were found to have breached the curfew orders including a taxi driver who was driving without a valid pass and a 44-year-old passenger.

Five other people were arrested for walking along with various areas within the division.

The four cases recorded in the Western Division involved two men in their 40’s who were found drunk at the Lautoka minivan stand and both have breached the

Health restrictions in place while the other two were arrested for unnecessary movement within the city area.

In the Eastern Division, nine cases were recorded whereby all were found to have breached the health restrictions.

Six people were found playing billiards at Nacokaika Village in Naitasiri while three others were arrested in Cautata village for drinking grog.

The Central Division recorded two cases of breaching curfew orders including a 19-year-old man who was found walking along Stewart Street in Suva as well as a 54-year-old man who was found drunk along the Waimanu Road area.

Feedback: rosi.doviverata@fijisun.com.fj



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