Police tackle liquor crimes

2016-08-04 06:00

High density police operations were conducted over the past weekend in the Uitenhage Cluster and more than 136 suspects have been arrested.

Ten arrests were made for driving under the influence of liquor and traffic fines valued at more than R9 000 were issued. Twelve persons were arrested and detained after illegal drugs were found in their possession. A total of 68 fines were issued for other liquor related crimes.

Police in the Uitenhage Cluster will continue to combat crime effectively and appeal to the community to assist them in providing valuable information that will lead to the arrest of suspects.

  • Crime Stop 08600 10111.

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