Police Confiscate Weed Costing About R2 Million From Man And Woman. Police at Springbok in the Northern Cape have apprehended a lady and a man for alleged possession of weed that was at the value of about R2 million.
Police at Springbok in the Northern Cape have apprehended a lady and a man for alleged possession of weed that was at the value of about R2 million. The Springbok Visible Policing Unit, K9 Unit, Namaqua Public Order Policing Unit and Criminal Record and Crime Scene Management team and detectives took up on details received.
The authorities examined a bus that was heading from Johannesburg to Cape Town. The cops allegedly discovered about 15Kg of hybrid weed in the bags of two individuals. The suspects are expected to apply for bail on Wednesday; they were at the Springbok Magistrate’s Court. Colonel Albie Kotze, the acting commander for the Namaqua cluster, hailed the police officials stating that we are on the road to a secure South Africa. Colonel Albie Kotze says, “Together we are creating a safe and secure environment that is conducive for social and economic stability, supporting a better life for all.”
This is part of the police’s ‘Drugs Off The Streets’ campaign. On Monday, the police apprehended two suspects that were aged 21 and 28. The Bishop Lavis authorities reacted on a tip off from the community about the suspects working with drugs. 345 Mandrax pills and an undisclosed amount of money were confiscated by the police.
by Alexandra Ramaite