Alleged Sale Of Animal Parts At Pawn Shop In Court

Monday, June 02, 2008 at 22:33



A case involving the alleged illegal sale of Aboriginal dancing costumes at a pawn shop was heard in a North Battleford courtroom this morning.


Anthony Fineday and Linda Bomok face a total of 29 charges under the Wildlife Act.


Bomok is charged with 27 of those offences


The charges include the illegal sale of Aboriginal feather bustles — one with goose feathers and the other with bald eagle feathers.


The case has been adjourned until June 23rd to give a Saskatoon prosecutor more time to deal with the matter.