Man pleads guilty to taking sea turtles

Man pleads guilty to taking sea turtles The 32-year-old man who was charged in court for illegally possessing two sea turtles pleaded guilty Thursday morning in the District Court of Guam.

Okunoya bryce dallas howard dating Dolland Lalmol was charged in August for taking the turtles from the ocean last year.

gay speed dating near prince albert Possessing, transporting or taking an endangered species is a federal crime. Police in December 2015 pulled Lalmol over for speeding, which is when they found the two turtles in the back seat of his car, according to Lt. Mark Aguon, Department of Agriculture’s conservation officer and supervisor.

Kenitra gametwist casino Officials determined the pair were between three to five years old and weighed at least 25 pounds each.

exhaustively gay dating wa pa When authorities found them, the turtles’ flippers were tied together with rubber, but one turtle managed to break loose while in the car, Aguon has said.

After they were found by police, the turtles were taken to UnderWater World to be rehabilitated and released back into the wild.

Magistrate Judge Joaquin Manibusan, Jr. accepted Lalmol’s guilty plea to both counts of possession of a threatened species.

There is no written plea agreement, according to court records.

The two counts against Lalmol are misdemeanor charges. He is one of two people in the past two months who have been charged with illegally possessing a sea turtle.

Julian San Nicolas Aguon also allegedly took a turtle from the ocean, which authorities found under his coffee table. He pleaded not guilty on Oct. 4.