Yesterday we told you about the hicatee bust made by fisheries department. As we told you, according to Belizean law, no individual should have more than three hicatees per person and no vehicle should be carrying more than five hicatees at a time. There are also limits on the size of female hicatees that can be killed. According to reports, a former special constable and former driver for a Supreme Court judge was nabbed in Lord’s Bank in possession of a hicatee turtle while authorities found his nephew at his Biscayne house in possession of 12 more female hicatees. 56 year old taxi driver Goldburn Seguro was charged with one count of possession of a female hicatee greater than 17.2 inches or 43 centimetres, as well as one count of possession of a female hicatee less than 15.2 inches to which he pleaded not guilty. He met bail of $1,500. Separately, his nephew, 22 year old Hilberto Stanford Seguro, a resident of Biscayne Village was charged with one count of possession of hicatee less than 15.2 inches in length; possession of more than three hicatees, and one count of possession of hicatee nets. Hilberto Seguro pleaded not guilty and was offered bail by Magistrate Carlon Mendoza of 2 thousand dollars but has yet to meet it. They return to court on August 19.