29 people were arrested in the last 24 hours for breaching curfew orders and health restrictions.
Acting Police Commissioner, Rusiate Tudravu says 11 people were arrested in the Western Division, 17 in the Southern Division, and a case was recorded in the Northern Division.
The 17 cases recorded in the Southern Division involved four people of Lami who were travelling in a vehicle without a pass during curfew hours, 3 people of Tamavua-i-Wai were found loitering during curfew hours while 3 others of Nanuku Settlement were found intoxicated and breached health restrictions.
Four other cases of home-brew consumption were recorded with the involvement of a juvenile at Wailea in Vatuwaqa while 3 cases of breach of curfew orders were recorded in Kinoya.
The Western Division recorded 11 cases.
5 people were found drinking alcohol at Naisoso in Nadi while 4 people were found intoxicated at Navakai.
A 47-year-old man was found breaching curfew orders as he was found loitering and drunk in Tavua while a man was also arrested for a similar case in Lautoka.
A lone case recorded in the Northern Division where a farmer of Savusavu was found drunk and loitering during curfew hours.
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