Crime & Court

COVID-19: Four Men Found Operating A Non-Essential Business In Lautoka

The Eastern Division recorded eighteen cases whereby all were found drinking grog at the Nadurumoli settlement in Kiuva, Tailevu.
21 May 2021 14:46
COVID-19: Four Men Found Operating A Non-Essential Business In Lautoka

Thirty-nine cases were recorded over the last 24-hours for breaching Curfew Orders and Health restrictions.

The Eastern Division recorded eighteen cases whereby all were found drinking grog at the Nadurumoli settlement in Kiuva, Tailevu.

Of the fourteen cases recorded in the Western Division, four men were found operating a Non-Essential business in Lautoka, two people were found loitering along the Karavi area in Ba while a 24-year-old man of Lautoka was found walking along the Tomuka area.

A man in his 20’s was found drunk along Simla Road in Lautoka while two people aged 21 and 18 years of age were found intoxicated during curfew hours at Nakorokula village in Nadroga.

Four people including a juvenile were arrested at Nabalabala village for crossing the Naiserelagi containment zone.

The Southern Division recorded seven cases including six cases of breaching the Health restrictions as they were found drinking grog at

Cunningham while a 42-year-old taxi driver was found driving without a pass during curfew hours.

The Central and Northern Division recorded nil cases.

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