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2020
Name Breach Decision
R v. Wenlong Zhou c/o Feng Trading Supermarket

Breach of the Natural Resources Conservation Authority (Plastic Packing Material Prohibition) Order, 2018

Did use single-use plastic in commercial quantities contrary to Regulation 3 [sic] of the Natural Resources Conservation Authority (Plastic Packaging Material Prohibition) Order, 2018

[Montego Bay Parish Court]

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Listed for mention

Plea:

Order: 2nd Date for Mention, Thursday, April 16, 2020

Interpreter required.

A further date for mention is now, Thursday, September 10, 2020

 

Thursday, November 19, 2020

R v. Peter Haddad

Breach of the Wild Life Protection (Hunters’ Licences) Regulations, 1973

Did on the 5th of September 2020, hunt without a Hunter’s Licence

Contrary to the Wild Life Protection (Hunters’ Licences) Regulations, 1973, paragraph 3

[Port Maria Parish Court, St. Mary]

First mention date, Thursday, October 8, 2020

Withdrawn

R v. Elvis Uriah Haughton

Breach of the Wild Life Protection (Hunters’ Licences) Regulations, 1973

Did on the 22nd of August 2020, hunt without a Hunter’s Licence

Contrary to the Wild Life Protection (Hunters’ Licences) Regulations, 1973, paragraph 3

[St. James Parish Court]

First mention date, Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Plea: Guilty

Sentence: $25,000.00

R v. Wei Qing He c/o Ho’s Hui Ming Supermarket

Breach of the Natural Resources Conservation Authority (Plastic Packing Material Prohibition) Order, 2018

Did use single-use plastics [sic] in commercial quantities contrary to Regulation 3 of the Natural Resources Conservation Authority (Plastic Packaging Materials Prohibition) Order, 2018.

[Breach of Friday, November 8, 2019]

[Manchester Parish Court]

First mention date, Monday, January 27, 2020.

A further date for mention is, Wednesday, April 29, 2020.

R v. Anissa Geraldine Lyn

Breach of the Wild Life Protection Act:

Did unlawfully hunt game birds without a hunter’s licence contrary to Regulation 3 of the Wild Life Protection (Hunter’s Licences) Regulations, 1973

Decision(s)/Orders(s):

Listed for trial, Monday April 15, 2021

R v. Salena Henry

Breach of the Natural Resource Conservation Authority Act, 1991.

On 21 August 2020 did discharge or cause or permit the entry on ground or into ground sewage or noxious polluting matter contrary to, the Natural Resources Conservation Authority Act, 1991, s. 12(1)A.

[St. James Parish Court]

Further mention date Friday, November 20, 2020.

Plea:

Sentence:

R v. 168 Supermarket & Wholesale

Breach of the Natural Resources Conservation Authority (Plastic Packing Material Prohibition) Order, 2018

Did use and distribute single-use plastic in commercial quantity [sic] contrary to section 3 of the Natural Resources Conservation Authority (Plastic Packaging Materials Prohibition) Order 2018.

 

[Portland Parish Court]

A further date for mention is, Thursday, March 27, 2020.

R v. Dennis Paul Lyn

Breach of the Wild Life Protection Act: Did unlawfully aid and abet the hunting of game birds without a hunter’s licence contrary to Regulation 3 of the Wild Life Protection (Hunter’s Licences) Regulations, 1973

Decision(s)/Orders(s):

Listed for trial, Monday, January 13, 2020. The defendant is now deceased.

R v. Anthony Vassell

Breach of the Wild Life Protection Act

Did on diverse days between 21 February and 10 March 2020 hunt a protected animal, to wit an American crocodile (Crocodylus acutus) causing the death of said crocodile.

Contrary to the Wild Life Protection Act, s. 6

[May Pen Parish Court]

First mention date, Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Further mention date Thursday, December 03, 2020.

Plea:

Sentence:

R v. Taixian Yan/Bennefit Tai Chinese Restaurant

Breach of the Natural Resources Conservation Authority (Plastic Packing Material Prohibition) Order, 2018.

Did use single-use plastics in commercial quantities contrary to paragraph 3 of the Natural Resources Conservation Authority (Plastic Packing Material Prohibition) Order, 2018.

[St. Thomas Parish Court]

First mention date, Wednesday, February 19, 2020.

NEPA ordered to write the Chinese High Commission in order to obtain the services of an interpreter.

A further date for mention is, Wednesday, May 20, 2020