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3 ‘poachers’ nabbed, P50-K illegally caught fish seized in CamSur

BLAST FISHING. One of the most fish stuck thru blast fishing that had been seized from 3 citizens in Lagonoy, Camarines Sur on Tuesday (Sept. 29, 2021). The “yellowband fusilier”, in the community referred to as “dalagang bukid”, had been showed to be illegally stuck via the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Assets. (Photograph courtesy of Lagonoy MPS)

LEGAZPI CITY – As regards to PHP50,000 price of illegally stuck fish was once seized whilst 3 male haulers had been nabbed Tuesday morning in a police checkpoint in Lagonoy the town, Camarines Sur.

In a record, Lt. Jaime Enciso, deputy the town police leader, stated police group of workers manning the checkpoint flagged down at round 12:30 a.m. an Isuzu Flexi truck transporting 10 “banyera” (fish tubs) containing “yellowband fusilier”, in the community referred to as “dalagang bukid,” that have been suspected to had been stuck thru blast fishing.

The incident was once reported to the native Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Assets (BFAR) place of work, which then despatched a technician to the world.

After inspection was once performed, it was once showed that the fish had been certainly stuck by means of blast fishing, which is a damaging follow the use of explosives.

The haulers who had been arrested had been known as Willard, 45, and Herbert, 35, each surnamed Delloro, and Joseph Delovino Jr., 37, all citizens of Barangay Santa Maria of the similar the town.

The truck and load had been taken to town police station for documentation and disposition.

The arrested suspects are dealing with fees for violating Republic Act 10654, in a different way referred to as “An Act to Save you, Deter and Get rid of Unlawful, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing (News Intelligencer)“. (PNA)