700 for lobster and fishing violations A Yarmouth County fisherman has been hit with fines totaling jimmy choo shoes online india $24,700 for lobster, crab and groundfish violations and he has been ordered by the court to install a vessel monitoring system onboard his fishing vessel so his movements can constantly be tracked by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans.
Mark Allen MacKenzie, 26, of the Argyle area must install the system onboard his boat, Relentless 04, for one year. DFO field supervisor Dan Fleck said to his knowledge this is the first court imposed order jimmy choo tan shoes to install such a device on a lobster vessel in the Maritimes. He said the system, jimmy choo mens boots more commonly referred to as a black box, Fleck also likened it to an ankle bracelet an offender is sometimes ordered to wear will give fishery officers the ability to always pinpoint the location of MacKenzie's vessel. This allows them to do onboard inspections at any time Fleck said. The cost of installing the system will fall on MacKenzie and will run into the thousands of dollars Fleck said. He added that while the fisherman received fines totaling $24,700, the cost will climb over $30,000 when you factor in court ordered expenses and forfeitures. "I would say all told it will end up being around $35,000," Fleck suggested following MacKenzie's July 21 sentencing in provincial court in Yarmouth. MacKenzie entered guilty pleas to various charges and the Crown offered no evidence on others so they were withdrawn. The dates of the offences were Dec. 27, 2007 and Jan. 30 and April 18, 2009. The offences are considered breaches of conservation. MacKenzie received a $15,000 fine for possession of female lobsters with eggs attached. According to DFO, nine such lobsters were found in MacKenzie's possession. He also received a $2,500 fine for possession of 24 mutilated lobsters. A $5,000 fine was added to the list for failure to accurately hail the weight of fish at sea. The court forfeited jimmy choo lace up shoes nearly $2,800 worth of groundfish. Having 24 northern stone crab in his possession earned MacKenzie a $1,000 fine. The possession of 10 female crab on another fishing trip resulted in a $1,200 fine. Along with other forfeiture of miscellaneous items, the court also ordered the forfeiture of 10 seized lobster traps. Seven others will be returned. MacKenzie has also received a two week lobster licence suspension that will run from May 18 31, 2010. Offenders are normally given a maximum of six months to pay fines.
Given the totality of these fines Judge Robert Prince asked MacKenzie if he needed additional time at the outset. "That would be good," responded MacKenzie. He was given one year to pay the fines and can apply to the court for an extension if the fines are not paid by the end of the12 months.
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