Crack down on crime sees 199 illegal immigrants arrested, Musina

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Crack down on crime sees 199 illegal immigrants arrested, Musina
Crack down on crime sees 199 illegal immigrants arrested, Musina

The women in Limpopo SAPS conducted an operation to mark the woman’s month at Musina on Wednesday, 8 August 2018.

The operation, termed “Operation Basadi”, was led by the Deputy Provincial Commissioner, Major General Morakaladi. The women in blue were also joined by their male counterparts from several Clusters.

The operation was also visited by the Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Nneke Ledwaba, who also took part in the business of the day.

The operation focussed on the prevention of all criminal activities within the communities and it involved roadblocks, stop and searches within Musina residential, CBD and several hot spots areas.

The following successes were achieved during the operation: One suspect arrested for R400.00 corruption, two suspects for possession of dagga, one hundred and ninety nine illegal immigrants arrested, 767 Vehicles and 5364 people were searched, 114 Contravention of Traffic Act, fines amounting to R54050.00 and one possession of suspected stolen motor vehicle.

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