On 24.02.2006 at Kisese village within Babati District, Manyara region, the accused was found unlawful possessing impala carcass, the property of the Government of Tanzania. The accused person was found guilty and was therefore convicted.
The accused person on 30th January 2013 at Rhotia village within Karatu District was found in unlawful possession of one elephant tusk weighing 12.4 kg the property of Tanzania government. On the material day, the accused was stopped by Ngorongoro Park Rangers on suspicion that he was carrying government trophies.
The defendant plead guilty to charges pertaining to unlawful trafficking and possession of wildlife, or parts thereof, violating regulations of the Wildlife Act of British Columbia, in particular with reference to the wings and feathers of bald eagles.
The defendant has pleaded guilty to a charge that he did unlawfully traffic in dead wildlife or a part thereof contrary to the Wildlife Act. A conservation officer was introduced to a person who would sell the officer bald eagle parts.