SAPS Arrest 40 in Delft Joint Law Enforcement Operation

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Police in South Africa say a joint operation between SAPS, Home Affairs and City Law Enforcement yielded multiple arrests in Delft.

They arested 40 suspects on issues related to unlawful possession of firearms, drug peddling, stolen property, dealing in liquor without a licence, and people without documents.

The operation was conducted in the Delft policing area where gang fights, armed robberies and gender violence are common.

Search warrants, roadblocks and foot patrols were carried out.

Traffic fines to the value of R282,300 were issued to unlicensed drivers and decrepit vehicles.

Police commissioner Thembisile Patekile praised the team for making the operation a success and ensuring communities were safer.

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Calls for help, complaints and arrests kept City’s emergency services busy over festive season. City of Cape Town enforcement agencies made over 1,200 arrests, seized 33 firearms during the festive period.

The suspects will appear in court today.

Meanwhile, Bonteheuwel ward councillor Angus McKenzie (DA) encouraged residents to keep alerting officials about criminal activities in the neighbourhoods.


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