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Military officer among those that allegedly breach curfew

Military officer among those that allegedly breach curfew

By Semi Turaga
Sunday 26/07/2020
[Image: Fiji Police Force]

The Acting Police Commissioner Rusiate Tudravu has confirmed that a military officer was among the eighteen people arrested between 11 o’clock last night and 4 o’clock this morning for breaching the curfew.

Tudravu says the military officer was intoxicated at the time of his arrest in Labasa.

He says of the seven reports recorded in the Eastern Division – six arrests were made in the Nausori area while the seventh arrest was made in Nakasi.

The arrests made in the Southern Division were reported in Nasinu and Valelevu while the arrests made in the Western Division were made in Lautoka, Rakiraki, Nadi and Sigatoka.


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