Cultivation of dagga plants, man arrested, Gordons Bay

South African Police Service

Cultivation of dagga plants, man arrested, Gordons Bay
Cultivation of dagga plants, man arrested, Gordons Bay

Members from Provincial Intervention Task Team followed up on information about a cultivation of dagga plants worth a substantial amount in Gordons Bay on 6 February 2019. The members searched the house and a 24 year old suspect was arrested.

Once charged, the suspect will appear in court.

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