Crime & Court

COVID-19: 36 Arrested For Breaching Health Restrictions, Curfew Orders

The three cases recorded in the Southern Division involved two men who were both found drunk at the Tacirua area while a 19-year-old man was found loitering in the Wailea area in Vatuwaqa.
24 May 2021 16:30
COVID-19: 36 Arrested For Breaching Health Restrictions, Curfew Orders

Thirty-six people were arrested for not adhering to the Health Restrictions and the Curfew Orders over the last 24-hours

The Eastern Division recorded twenty cases whereby five were found drinking grog at Waikete Village while four men were found to have breached the Health restrictions by gathering at Newtown Place in Lokia.

Three men were found drinking alcohol at Waivou Village in Rewa, three more cases of alcohol-related were recorded at the Wainibuku area while five people were arrested at Arovudi village in Ovalau for being intoxicated.

Nine people were arrested in the Northern Division including four farmers who were all found drunk and loitering in Savusavu town while five more cases of alcohol consumption were recorded in Korokadi settlement in Bua.

The Western Division recorded thirteen cases whereby five cases were recorded at Vitogo in Lautoka for social gathering, five people including a juvenile were all found walking from Nasereilagi village to Nabalabala during curfew hours.

Two people were found walking along the Narewa area in Nadi during curfew hours while a 22-year-old man entered into the Naria containment zone from Rakiraki.

The three cases recorded in the Southern Division involved two men who were both found drunk at the Tacirua area while a 19-year-old man was found loitering in the Wailea area in Vatuwaqa.

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