On the 22 November 2015, the accused was arrested by an anti-poaching patrol team with 01 War arm & ammunitions, 4 Elephant tails and three Elephant meat. He admitted all the offences as charged and added that his arrest was facilitated by his ill health which rendered him incapable of hunting with his peers on that day.
On the 30 June 2017, elements of the conservation service of the Forestry and Wildlife control post of Ngatto, intercepted a white Toyota pick-up heading to Yokadouma during a usual check point routine in that zone. They caused the passengers to step down so they could thoroughly search the car.
On the 16 July 2012, elements of the conservation service arrested the accused MAMOUDOU SAIDOU in the Forest Management Unit N° 10020. He was found in possession of an arm without a hunting permit. In this same light, he failed to produce an authorization permitting him to circulate in a forbidden zone.
On the 8 November 2017, elements of the conservation service of the Lobeke National Park organized an anti-poaching patrol in the said park. Three different teams were dispatched into the park for this purpose. The second team arrested the accused flagrante delicto together with other individuals in a camping well installed in the park.
The State Attorney and the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife vs EKEL EKOAKAN Placide Magloire and METSINDE Rodrigue Terache
In 2014, the accused persons EKEL EKOAKAN Placide Magloire and METSINDE Rodrigue Terache both court registrars of the Court of First Yokadouma, broke into the office of the Registrar-in-Chief and collected three (3) elephant ivories which had been seized and kept in the registry as exhibits.
In December 2012, elements of the conservation service of the Lobeke National Park arrested the accused MBE Gaston, in the said park in possession of an arm & ammunitions with the intention of poaching. During interrogation, he accepted responsibility and acknowledged committing the offences as charged.
On the 17 June 2018, elements of the customs service in Lokomo arrested the accused DJOULI MBARGA Florine following a daily checkpoint routine in that zone. The elements stopped a public transportation bus leaving the zone in which the accused was aboard. She was found in possession of a bag containing 4 elephant ivories weighing 1kg each.