Two arrested for selling dagga to school children

2013-01-07 17:00

Two men have been arrested for allegedly selling dagga to school children in Klerksdorp, North West.

Brigadier Thulani Ngubane said the Hawks followed up on a tip-off and arrested a 23-year-old man yesterday.

“He then took them to a house in Jouberton where another suspect was arrested and dagga with a street value of R5 000 was found inside a cooler box.”

The two would appear in the Klerksdorp Magistrates’ Court tomorrow.

“There has been a growing concern from the community that people sell dagga to school children. Parents, teachers, and pupils must report any suspicious people seen around school premises,” Ngubane said.

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