Police find dagga seedlings ‘on the move’

2015-09-10 06:00

The dagga seedlings which were confiscated.

PHOTO: The dagga seedlings which were confiscated.

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PORT Shepstone police members stopped a vehicle on the N2 southbound in the vicinity of Port Shepstone on Saturday morning after they received information that the driver of the vehicle may be involved in criminal activities.

Warrant Officer Hendrik Ludick, Sergeant Rudi Smit and Constable Zonwabele Mpofana, attached to the Port Shepstone 10111 call centre, were dispatched and they stopped the silver Mercedes-Benz.

“A total of 93 dagga seedlings were found in containers inside the vehicle. A 44-year-old man was arrested and charged with possession of dagga and cultivating of dagga,” said police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Zandra Wiid. - Supplied

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