Breederiver K9 unit assist in dagga arrest, Touwsriver

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Breederiver K9 unit assist in dagga arrest, Touwsriver
Breederiver K9 unit assist in dagga arrest, Touwsriver

In their quest to eradicate the root causes of crime, the SAPS members of the Breederiver K9 Unit took part in Operation Fiela conducted in Touwsriver on 13 December 2017.

During the operation, a residence in Zion Park was searched and a few cannabis cigarettes were found. Further investigation and search by the vigilant members led to the discovery of 988 more cannabis cigarettes, 642 cannabis sachets and 2 kg loose cannabis.

The cannabis confiscated totaled an estimated street value of R10 434.

A 45 year old man was arrested in connection with the confiscation and is due to make a court appearance in the Touwsriver Magistrates’ Court to face charges related to the possession of cannabis, once he has been charged.

The displacement of crime to rural areas due to intense anti drug operations in the Metropole of Cape Town and its surrounds was hereby addressed. He is currently being detained in Pollsmoor.

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