Twenty-two men appear in court for wildlife crimes

Twenty-two men appear in court for wildlife crimes

Twenty-two men appear in court for wildlife crimes

Staff Writer At least 22 men appeared in court last week for various wildlife crimes they have committed. This is according to the weekly wildlife crime statistics by the Namibian Police Intelligence and Investigation Unit and the Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism(MEFT). In the most recent wildlife case, Nampol arrested three Namibian men in line with new cases for possession of skins of specifically protected and protected game. “For all the cases registered the arrests and/or seizures were made by a combination of law enforcement agencies NamPol, MEFT, NDF, BRTT and private APU). Cases are only reported after suspects…
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