On 24th February 2013 at Amboseli Villaage within Simanjiro District in Manyara Region, the accused was found in unlawful possession of one carcass of lesser kudu, the property of the Tanzania government. The prosecution alleged that on the material day, game reserve officers received information that there was a camp set up for illegal hunting within the game controlled area. Game reserve officers ambushed the camp and arrested the accused with the government trophy and some items that are used for illegal hunting. On defence, the accused person alleged that he was arrested in his farmland. He further avers that items that were found during the arrest are used for charcoal production. The accused was found not guilty and acquitted.
On 21st January 2014, the accused person at Orkemeset area Simanjiro District in Manyara region was unlawful found in possession of the government trophy. The accused person was selling the wildlife meat to some other people. The accused was found guilty of the offences charged.
On 31st March 2012 at Ilmolok Village, Longido District of Arusha region the accused was found in possession of Grant gazelle carcass. On the material day, 2 game reserve officers saw the accused saw the accused person carrying a sulphate bag. Upon being stopped, the accused started to run and the bag fell down. He was apprehended and returned to where the bag fell. When accused was asked about the content of the bag he claimed that the bag contained potatoes. When the bag was opened Grant gazelle carcass was found in it. Since the accused did not have any authorize document for possessing the meat he was taken to the Olmorok Police Station and in the following day he was taken to Anti-Poaching Office in Arusha. At the Anti Poaching Unit office, the meat was identified as that of Grant gazelle and valuation report issued. During trial the accused person maintained that he was carrying potatoes and not gazelle meat. He further acclaim that the prosecution failed to tender the said meat as evidence. He was acquitted.
On and about the 6th May 2008, at Emboreti area within Simanjiro District in Manyara region the accused person was found in possession of a Grant gazelle meat by the Anti-Poaching Unit during routine patrol. The accused person was riding a bicycle with a bucket on it. Upon being stopped, the Unit found gazelle meat in the bucket. However, the accused person claimed that the bucket contained goat meat that he obtained from his uncle. A ten cell leader of the area was informed and later the accused was taken to the Anti-Poaching Unit office in Arusha for further legal actions. During trial the accused retracted the confession statement given before the Anti-Poaching Unit alleging that it was obtained by force. Further, the accused person denied possession of the Government Trophy and insisted that it was a goat meat. The accused was acquitted.
The accused and two others on and about 11st December 2011 at Mererani within Simanjiro District in Manyara region were found in possession of government trophies valued at Tshs. 9,024,000/= without a valid license from authorized authority. It was the prosecution case that on the material day, the Anti-Poaching Unit received a tip from an informer that the accused persons were in the first accused house with wild meat. The Unit contacted the 10 x 10 cell leader where the accused house is located and went to search the house. Upon arriving in the house, the Unit found all three accused persons with zebra meat. On searching the house, two impala legs and horn of Grant gazelle were found. The accused persons were arrested, taken to Police station for interrogation then to the Anti-Poaching Office in Arusha. The accused persons were found not guilty of the offences charged.
The Anti-Poaching Unit received information from their informer that there is a business if elephants tusk about to happen in Arusha-Njiro area. Posing as buyers, the Unit contacted the seller about the possibility of buying the tusks. The sellers fell into a trap and showed the unit the tusks. The accused persons, Jeremiah Magelo and Yohana Duka were arrested by the Anti-Poaching Unit. There were convicted.
On 10th July 2014 at Marerani-Kilimahewa within Simanjiro District, Manyara region, the accused was found in unlawful possession of two impala meat valued at 780 USD equivalent to Tshs. 1,248,000/= and two dik-dik meat valued at 500 USD equivalent to Tshs. 800,000/= both being properties of Tanzania. The accused was found guilty and convicted.
The accused persons on 12.07.2014 at Kaloleni area within Arusha city were found in unlawful possession of five ivory tusks the property of Tanzania Government. In this case, Anti-poaching Unit received a tip from an informer that the accused person were in possession of ivory tusks and were looking for a buyer. The Unit set up a trap where the informer agreed to meet the accused person in Meru Inn Hotel. The accused persons arrived at the hotel with two bags and entered the informer room. The Anti-Poaching Unit stormed the room and found the informer and accused persons. However, the second accused person escaped the arrest. He was soon arrested and joined in the case. Upon searching the room, two bags were found with ivory tusks in them. Manager of the Hotel was called to witness and sign the certificate of seizure together with the informer and the first accused person. The first accused was found guilty while the second accused person was found not guilty.
On 1st January, 2016 the accused person was arrested and arraigned of unlawful possession of government trophies. Also was found with the consignment of elephant tusks. Charges were brought before the court against the accused person. The accused person was convicted.
The accused on diverse dates between March, 2015 and 30th June, 2015 at Mazombe village and Ruaha National Park within Mbarali District in Mbeya Region was found in unlawful possession and unlawful dealing in Government trophies also was found with unlawful possession of Ammunition respectively. Then brought before the court to answer the charge. The accused person was acquitted.