Chief Magistrate Joanne Walsh today dismissed a case against businessman Raymond Yhap.
Yhap’s attorney Andrew O’Kola filed a no-case submission, which was successful.
The businessman was charged with having more ammunition in his possession than that which is allowed under the law.
Yhap operates the New Thriving Restaurant – was arrested and charged last year.
Police raids on his business establishments resulted in the seizure of money, a firearm and ammunition.
New Thriving boss Raymond Yhap’s application to have case dismissed, denied
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