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Posted by on July 06, 2009 at 23:47:32:

The following cases were heard in Ten Mile Court, Ft Bragg, California.

Monday, June 29
Presiding: Visiting Judge, The Honorable Judge John Behnke
Bailiff: Deputy Ricky Del Fiorentino

  • Paul C. Mak withdrew his demand for a jury trial and will settle his abalone case with a court trial.


Tuesday, June 30
Presiding: The Honorable Judge David Nelson
Bailiff: Deputy Ricky Del Fiorentino

  • Five of 11 defendants in a major abalone case were to have appeared in Ten Mile Court today. Instead, they showed up at the Ukiah Courthouse. The six who were to show in Ukiah on Monday apparently were prepared to show up at Ten Mile on July 2. The judges in Ukiah decided to start from scratch and take all 11 defendants to Ukiah where they will then be apportioned between Fort Bragg and Ukiah. They allegedly took 166 abalone in a five day period.
  • Rob R. Albin admitted that he had one abalone over the limit. He was placed on a standard 12-month probation, fined $1,207 plus all the fines and fees, and was ordered to forfeit his gear, license and abalone permanently.
  • Yuanwei N. Cai, one abalone over the limit, was fined exactly as was Albin above.
  • Guang Y. Cui, abalone violations, was to be arraigned in Ukiah.
  • Kim Z. Do, abalone violations, was to be arraigned in Ukiah.
  • Ming X. Jin was to be arraigned in Ukiah for abalone taking.
  • Binh V. Le had three abalone over the limit. He was fined $1,207 for the base fee plus $108 for each abalone over the three legal abalone, plus fines and fees that are placed on all poachers. He will be placed on a 12-month probation and lose his gear, license and abalone.
  • Na Luo had one abalone over the limit. He was placed on a 12-month probation, fined the $1,207 plus all the fines and fees, and was ordered to surrender his license, gear and privileges.
  • Xiang Q. Zhang agreed that he had one abalone over the limit. He paid the base fine ($1,207) and all the add-ons. He also agreed to surrender his license for one year, forfeit his abalone and gear, and, in general, give up his F&G privileges for the term of his probation.




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