Galeshewe dealer arrested with R310k worth of dagga

South African Police Service

Galeshewe dealer arrested with R310k worth of dagga
Galeshewe dealer arrested with R310k worth of dagga

The Frances Baard District Crime Intelligence and Kimberley K9 Unit followed up on information and pounce on an alleged dagga dealer in Galeshewe.

On Friday, 15 October 2021 at about 08:00 police raided a shack in Nkandla Shanties, Galeshewe and seized 15 bags of dagga.

The dagga weighs 61kg and has an approximate street value of R310 000-00.

A 37-year-old male was arrested for dealing in dagga and should be appearing in the Galeshewe Magistrates’ Court soon. The investigation continues.

“The Frances Baard District Commissioner, Maj Gen Johan Bean lauded all the members for the continuous efforts in squeezing the space for drug dealers to operate. The unabated and relentless efforts of the members and the valuable assistance of the community is yielding positive results in the eradication of dagga and drugs from our society, Bean said.”

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