Pair charged for contravening Marine Act to return to court in December

Bredell Esau and Johan Adams appeared in the Grabouw Magistrate’s Court on Friday.

Picture: SAPS.

CAPE TOWN – Two men charged for contravening the Marine Living Resources Act will be back in court in December.

Bredell Esau and Johan Adams appeared in the Grabouw Magistrate’s Court on Friday.

The men were taken into custody more than a week ago for the possession of crayfish worth millions of rands.

The court granted them bail of R20,000 each two days ago. They had spent a week behind bars after they were arrested during a police operation along the N2 highway.

Police had responded to information received. When officers search the vehicle, they found crayfish and crayfish tails worth about R6.5 million.

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