Arrests after bodyguards discharge firearms in public

South African Police Service

Arrests after bodyguards discharge firearms in public
Arrests after bodyguards discharge firearms in public

The KwaZulu-Natal Acting Provincial Commissioner, Major General Bheki Langa and his management has strongly condemned the recent unlawful discharging of firearms in public at Howick and at Hillcrest.

Three private security guards were arrested after police opened a case of discharging of firearms in public following a video found circulating on social media where people were seen discharging their firearms randomly at Molweni.

At Howick, it is alleged that body guards discharged their firearms during a public meeting at a hall on Monday, 9 April 2018. A case of discharging of firearms in a public space was opened at Howick police station and a few days later three bodyguards were arrested and charged.

The arrested suspects appeared at the Howick Magistrates Court and the case was remanded to 17 May 2018.

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