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Lautoka businessman cleared of bullets possession

The Director of Public Prosecution today withdrew the case against a Lautoka businessman believed to be associated with the discovery of 179 rounds of live M16 bullets on January 1 this year.

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June 22, 2017 5:04 pm

The DPP, Christopher Pryde filed the Nolle Prosequi in the Lautoka Magistrates Court today.

Aiyaz Mohammed Mussa Umarji was charged with one count of "Possession of Arms and Ammunition without a license".
Aiyaz Mohammed Mussa Umarji was charged with one count of “Possession of Arms and Ammunition without a license”.

Umarji, 40, of Simla Lautoka and Naushad Ali, 30, of Kashmir, Lautoka were charged in January.  The charge against Ali, Umarji’s employee, will be heard next week.

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