Police on the warpath against crime

Nemato Port Alfred SAPS, plus the K9 Unit apprehend suspects

Officers seized dagga weighing over 2.5kg to the value of approximately R7 800 from a 27-year-old suspect who was travelling in a taxi
Two men were arrested in Peddie in unrelated cases of possession of drugs
Officers seized dagga weighing over 2.5kg to the value of approximately R7 800 from a 27-year-old suspect who was travelling in a taxi
Two men were arrested in Peddie in unrelated cases of possession of drugs

Today a team of  Nemato Detectives and the Port Alfred K9 unit embarked on a tracing of suspects. In total, 14 suspects who have been sought were successfully apprehended.

Three females between the ages of 33 and 60 were arrested and detained on serious assault charges.

A 59-year-old male faces a charge of breach of a protection order.

Eight males between the ages of 22 and 47 face charges of serious assault.

Two males aged 26 and 33  were detained on charges of theft.

A 23-year-old was arrested on a warrant of arrest for malicious damage to property that took place in October 2017.

All suspects will appear in the Port Alfred Magistrates court later this week.

A 27-year-old male will appear in the Grahamstown Magistrates Court later this week following his arrest by members of the Grahamstown Highway Patrol on the N2 late last night. The suspect was travelling in a taxi when the members conducted a search operation and seized dagga weighing over 2.5kg to the value of approximately R7 800.

In Peddie, members were on patrol when they arrested two males in separate and unrelated cases of possession of drugs.

The suspects will appear in the Grahamstown and Peddie Magistrates Court respectively. Both cluster commanders,  Brigadier Morgan Govender of Port Alfred along with Brigadier David Kanuka of Grahamstown praised their members for their commitment and dedication.

Enquiries Captain Mali Govender 0827797123

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