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Three men convicted of fisheries offences at Magherafelt court

Fisheries offences

Fisheries offences

Three men were found guilty of fisheries offences at Magherafelt Court today.

Martin Coleman of Derrygarve Park, Castledawson was found guilty of taking coarse fish on Lough Neagh during the annual close season and using floats not in compliance within requirement.

He was fined £50 and ordered to pay costs of £350, court costs of £10 and an offender levy of £15.

At the same court, Dorakis Margevicives of Parkmore, Magherafelt was convicted of unlicenced angling.

He was fined £50 along with costs of £75, court costs of £38 and an offender levy of £15.

Also at the same court, Mindavgas Margevicives of Parkmore, Magherafelt, was found guilty of unlicenced fishing.

He was fined £50 with costs of £75, court costs of £19 and an offender levy of £15.

 

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