Two weeks after being fined for having sea eggs outside the harvesting season, Deon Anderson David Norville found himself before the court for allegedly committing the same crime.
The 23-year-old of Martin’s Bay, St John appears in the District “C” Magistrates’ Court today to face the charge.
It was just on September 11 that Norville appeared before the same court, with two other men, and was fined $1,000 in three months with an alternative of a month in prison, for having 350 sea eggs on the beach at Roaches, St John the previous day.
Yesterday, police were conducting an operation on the beach at Martin’s Bay when Norville was held with a bag of sea eggs.
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