Saturday, September 18, 2021

WC flying squad sends stern warning to drug dealers

The Western Cape’s Flying Squad sent out a stern warning to drug dealers, saying that they will respond to all information received and arrest perpetrators when found in possession of drugs, which contributes to the execution of more serious crimes.

This warning comes as an integrated law enforcement team received a tipoff on Friday about drugs being kept at an address in Kraaifontein. ‘’Upon arrival, they conducted a focused search as per the information at their disposal. A 9 mm pistol and a huge consignment of drugs with an estimated street value of R64 000 were confiscated. A 33-year-old man was arrested and detained,’’ said Warrant Officer Joseph Swartbooi.

In an unrelated matter, also on Friday, the Anti-Gang unit confiscated a cocktail of drugs in Blikiesdorp informal settlement in Delft.

‘’The members strategized and proceeded to the address. Upon arrival they searched the premises and confiscated a huge consignment of mandrax tablets and an undisclosed amount of cash. A 35-year-old man was arrested and detained,’’ added Swartbooi.

Meanwhile, Overberg police confiscated tik worth an estimated street value of R 250 000 in Napier

‘’Overberg Rural Flying Squad were busy with routine patrols near to Papiesvlei Road, Napier, when their attention was drawn to a suspicious Nissan Navara. The members stopped the vehicle and confiscated a bag with methamphetamine with an estimated street value of R 250 000-00 and an undisclosed amount of cash. Four males aged between 29 and 36 were arrested and detained,’’ said Swartbooi


Done By: Mitchum George


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