Another successful week, of human right violations, for the South African police. Countless daggafarians arrested for having dagga in their possession.
In Uitenhage, Lonwabo Nyamende was sentenced to a R300 fine or 30 days imprisonment wholly suspended for three years for possession of dagga.
Meanwhile in Primrose police arrested two daggafarians, aged 19 and 21, during a stop-and-search operation in the Marathon informal settlement.
The officers noticed the two men acting “abnormally”, they were then stopped and searched.
They found dagga on both men and arrested them. They have since appeared in the Germiston Magistrates Court, where the case was postponed for plea and trial.
Nyanga police cluster in Cape Town searched 77 Houses for “drugs” in an a week long operation between Monday 17th November 2014 until Sunday 23rd November 2014.
The following drugs were confiscated in the operation:
63g of Heroin
442.39 units of Tik
72.75 Mandrax Tablets
54654.1g of Dagga
47 shebeen operations were conducted and 51 769.9 litres of liquor was confiscated