Drug and firearm busts in St Faiths

2015-05-14 06:00

DURING a crime intelligence-driven operation on Friday, members from Port Shepstone Crime Intelligence and Public Order Policing went to a house in Luphepheni, St Faiths and recovered one AK 47 with a magazine, one shotgun and a rifle.

A man was arrested and a case docket of possession of firearms without a licence is being investigated by St Faiths police.

In a sting operation a man was arrested in Mhlabashane in St Faiths by members from Port Shepstone POP. He was found in possession of three packets of dagga with a total weight of 1 241 grams.

He will be charged for possession of dagga. - Supplied

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