Anti-crime raid leads to 21 arrests
By Kim Saulse
28 September 2009
Twenty-one alleged Cape Town drug dealers are behind bars after the Metro police’s anti-crime raid over the weekend.
Spokesperson James Kitching says the suspects were arrested for the possession of drugs.
The action formed part of Operation Razor which is targeting the Cape Peninsula’s most notorious drug and crime infested areas.
Police confiscated 173 packets of tik in a raid on 14 premises in Kraaifontein.
Kitching says alcohol related offences were also targeted.