WATCH: Former gang leader Staggie back in the dock

Former Hard Livings gang leader Rashied Staggie appeared in the Cape Town Magistrate's Court on Tuesday with his three co-accused for the alleged illegal possession of stolen whisky, cigarettes and cigars. Watch.  

In April, the Cape Town Magistrate's Court granted bail of R5 000 each to Staggie, Joao de Gouveia, Jayaraj Pillay and his 19-year-old son Michaheel Pillay.

The four were charged with possession of suspected stolen property. Police had responded to a tip-off at Century City in April, where they found the accused with 23 bottles of Johnnie Walker Green, which was believed to have come from a R10.5m shipment stolen from Cleveland, Johannesburg, earlier in the month.

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