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Three men convicted of fisheries offences at Dungannon Magistrates' Court

Stormont Executive press release - Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure

Dainius Tuska from Woodvale Park, Dungannon has been convicted at Dungannon Magistrates' Court today of the following fisheries offences.

· Section 41 (1) – Fishing by unlicenced and unfair means
· 45 (b) - Presents a licence in the name of another person
· Section 164 - Unauthorised entry on a several fishery
· Section 45 (b) & Section 7A - Fraudulent use of a permit in the name of another person
· Section 178(3) - Failure to give own name and address
· Section 183 - Impeding an person exercising his powers under Part XI of the Act

Mr Tuska was fined £150, an offender levy of £15, costs of £150 and court costs of £19.

At the same court, Jonas Bajorinas from Eastvale Avenue, Dungannon has been convicted of the following fisheries offences:

· Section 41 (1)- Fishing by unlicenced and unfair means
· BL 4 (1) – Public Angling Estate Byelaws (NI) 2005 - Unlawful method of angling

Mr Bajorinas was fined £100, an offender levy of £15, costs of £100 and court costs of £19.

Also at the same court, Viktoras Januskevicius from Clonmore Villas, Dungannon was convicted of fishing by unlicenced and unfair means.

Mr Januskevicius was fined £150, an offender levy of £15, costs of £100 and court costs of £19.

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