2 drunk regional students arrested in Suva during curfew hours

2 drunk regional students arrested in Suva during curfew hours

By Naveel Krishant
Friday 26/06/2020
[Photo: Fiji Police Force]

Two regional students were arrested last night as they were found drunk and out in the capital city during curfew hours.

Police Commissioner Sitiveni Qiliho says when questioned by Police for their reasons for being out during curfew hours, the students informed Police that they wanted to buy more liquor.

Qiliho says the Southern Division recorded 8 breach of curfew arrests, the Central Division recorded 2 while the Western Division recorded 3 arrests.

The Police Commissioner says they do hope that everyone will keep in mind the curfew hours from 11 pm to 4 am as we head into the weekend.

He adds this is the period in which the record a high number of arrests and they urge everyone to plan their movements and activities well in advance to avoid being caught during curfew hours.

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