Three St John men will have to each pay $1,000 in the next three months or spend a month in prison for having 350 sea eggs outside the season.
Deon Norville, 23, and Anthony Payne, 41, both of Martins Bay; and Omar Bootman, 34, of Sherbourne, were fined when they pleaded guilty to the charge when they appeared in the District “C” Magistrates’ Court today.
Police said members of the Marine Police Unit received a report of suspicious activity on the beach at Roaches, St John, close to Martins Bay, and the men were found with the sea eggs.
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