Xmas behind bars for ten speedy Joburg drivers nabbed driving more than120km/h

2017-12-24 17:11


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Johannesburg – Ten Johannesburg drivers will spend Christmas and the Day of Goodwill behind bars after they were arrested for driving more than 120 km/h on the N14, Johannesburg Metro Police said on Sunday.

One of those drivers, a 25-year-old, was caught doing 184 km/h in a 120km/h zone between Malibongwe Drive and the William Nicol offramp.

JMPD spokesperson Chief Superintendent Wayne Minnaar told News24 that, after the arrest of the 25-year-old driver, nine more motorists were caught driving more than 120 km/h.

He said all the motorists were detained at the Diepsloot police station after being arrested during a high-speed operation on Saturday.

"They will all appear at the Randburg Magistrate's Court on Wednesday," Minnaar said.

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