Dagga bust in Nomzamo

2018-04-26 06:00

Officers of Lwandle police’s Crime Prevention Unite successfully arrested a 20-year-old suspect for being in possession of dagga.

The police officers, led by the group commander Sergeant Brian Stuart, made the arrest following the execution of a search warrant at an alleged drug house situated in an informal settlement in Nomzamo.

They seized 110 parcels of dagga, half a blue waste plastic bag with loose dagga, four plastic bags with 33,70 kg of loose dagga and an 8 kg blue drum with loose dagga hidden inside the shack house. The confiscated dagga is believed to have an estimated street value of R8 000. Police arrested the man and charged him with the illegal possession of dagga. He appeared in the Strand Magistrate Court on Tuesday 24 April. The outcome of the appearance was not known at the tome of going to print.

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