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.
In September 2015, MBARGA Robert Set traps in the forest that caught one Leopard. He ate the flesh and removed the skin and the skull to sell. He was arrested by the police. Upon arrest, he didn’t have a National Identity Card. After interrogations, he and the seized items, were all transmitted to the State Attorney for prosecution
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.
On the 13 May 2012 elements of the conservation service of Campo’o Ma’an National park organized a control mission in the village of Niété 5. Upon arriving the Forest Management Unit, the accused persons took to their heels abandoning 17 ammunitions, a gas pipe, a torch light, 15 Blue Duikers, 02 Bay Duikers, and 8 Gambia Rats.
On May 30 2014, Ecogardes of the conservation service of Dja effected an anti-poaching patrol and found the accused, Obam Obam Marcelin in a forest located in NKOLADENFACK, South Region. He was cooking and after a systematic search was carried out, a hunting gun and ammunitions and some elephant meat were found.
The State Attorney and the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife vs MAH MVOMO Jean Paul & PEKASSA PEPOUERE ADAMOU
On the breaking night of 12 December 2017 the conservation service of Dja Biosphere reserve received reliable information on huge quantities of ivories bound for the Djoum-Oveng highway. The service dispatched a team for the said highway and alerted all wildlife control posts.The team successfully located the vehicle in the Minko’o village.
The State Attorney and the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife vs MOULEYA RACHIE, EYE’E Simon, KAKAM Felix & MENDO Jean Paul
On September 1st 2016, the accused Kakam Félix organized large scale hunting for elephant poaching. To accomplish this objective, he organized a team constituting the other accused persons with each having specific role to carry out. They killed two elephants and collected 4 Ivory tusks weighing 19kg.
On the 14 July 2014, the conservation service of the Dja Biosphere reserve intercepted a cocoa truck leaving the Djoum locality. The owner of the truck is the accused person, Chingo Zacharie. They carried out a systematic search of the truck and discovered 39 Ivory tusks buried in some cocoa bags. The co-offender, Amadu Yaya, was the driver.