Pietermaritzburg K9 Unit and Mountain Rise police conducted a operation which led to the successful arrest of three suspects after drugs and gun where found inside the car. According to the SAPS news report, Pietermaritzburg K9 Unit and Mountain Rise police received intelligence information about suspects who are alleged to be drug dealers in the Alexandra Road area yesterday 21 September 2021, the police went to the area and when they arrived they spotted occupants inside a car which matched the description of the information that was given.
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=5016541291706106&id=225887494104867&sfnsn=scwspwaSAPS from Mountain Rise in Umgungundlovu District are hard at work, As they will conduct in their house by house search they spotted the shop which was suspected of having looted items and went to search it. they asked the shop owner to produce slips or any proof of payment for the stock that he has sent it all looked brand new, he could not even purchase one and the items were all seized immediately.
According to reports, it is alleged that a group of men entered a business premises on Failsworth Road in Northdale have been arrested. The incident is said to have taken place on the 21st of June 2020 at 13:30. After entering the premise, they robbed the security guard his firearm and proceeded to rob the patrons who were at the premise at gunpoint. It is alleged that they were demanding cash and valuables and they managed to take an undisclosed amount of cash and eight cellphones. Some of the cellphones are
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=5016541291706106&id=225887494104867 KwaZulu-Natal: Mountain Rise SAPS members in Umgungundlovu District are hard at work, recovered goods packed in a store house. The South African police as well as the National Defence force have been working together in recovering stolen goods from one house to another, this time around they made a shocking recovery as these goods were found in a store ready to be sold.
The Pietermaritzburg K9 Unit in the Mountain Rise policing area have secured the successful arrest of two suspects 40 and 47 for dealing in counterfeit goods. According to the saps news report, on Saturday 26 November 2021 police spotted two suspicious vehicles with boxes loaded at the back travelling on Willowton Road, police stopped the vehicles in order to search what's inside the boxes, upon searching the vehicles police recovered 20 boxes of Pacific Blue cigarettes, three boxes of Remington Gold and grape flavoured cigarettes.
Durban, South Africa This Monday, a 30-year-old Mountain Rise man appeared in the Pietermaritzburg Magistrate's Court for the first time for allegedly trading in ammunition. According to police, Bhayla Mohamed is also charged with unauthorized possession of ammunition and narcotics possession. Colonel Thembeka Mbele, a police spokeswoman, said Mohamed was apprehended on Wednesday in the Mountain Rise region after an intelligence-driven combined police operation.
Rape cases in the country have been gradually decreasing in some parts of the country with more than 50 rapes cases being recorded within a year. Recently the police published statistics of regions with the highest reports of rape cases. According to recent reports, the Lusikisiki police station in the Eastern Cape recorded the largest number in the last quarter of 2021.
A 62 year old man has been arrested and appeared in court for shooting and killing an intruder. It is believed that the homeowner shot the intruder who was in his home. Mountain Rise Police responded to the shooting incident on Stork road on 7 October “Upon arrival at the scene, they noticed a 31-year-old man with two gunshot wounds on the arm and lower abdomen.
LOOTERS Are Getting LOOTED By STATION COMMANDER In KZN https://www.facebook.com/225887494104867/posts/5012900168736885/ South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal - The South African Police Service in UMgungundlovu District, and Mountain Rise SAPS, confirmed that they are, led by the Station Commander Brigadier Pillay and are presently litterally looting back stolen items from the residents in the region.
It's not an everyday thing when people would speak of having uninvited visitors from the animal kingdom, particularly dangerous predators like crocodiles.
The incident took place in Pietermaritzburg at the heart of Kwazulu natal province, when a man who was supposed to be admitted to the hospital is believed to gave hijacked the ambulance. The paramedics came and took a man to the hospital, while they are on the way it is believed that the man took out a knife like sharp object and threatened the paramedics which were supposed to take him to the hospital, so said the police spokesperson in the KZN province Capt. Nqobile Gwala as reported by Times Live. Accord
Durban – A 30-yr-vintage Mountain Rise man made his first appearance in the Pietermaritzburg Magistrate’s Court this week for allegedly dealing in ammunition. Police stated Bhayla Mohamed additionally faces prices of unlawful possession of ammunition and ownership of drugs. Police spokesperson Colonel Thembeka Mbele stated Mohamed became arrested on Wednesday in the Mountain Rise vicinity at some stage in an intelligence-driven joint operation police.
A 39-year-old analyst is the most recent survivor of savagery against cops, after he was lethally killed in KZN on Thursday.
The police are examining an instance of public viciousness after dissenters purportedly burnt a house and stoned vehicles in Pietermaritzburg on Thursday night.The post has been circulating on the facebook social media platform which serves the purpose of informing the public about the daily news happening both locally and globally all over the world.
A 38 year old mentally challenged man was arrested after hijacking an ambulance in Pietermaritzburg Kwa-Zulu Natal on Saturday 18 April 2020. The mentally challenged man threatened paramedics with a sharp object and then drove off in the ambulance, apparently the paramedics had been transporting the patient to the hospital. The incident took place on Dr Chota Motala Road in Pietermaritzburg. The suspect’s mother contacted the police to report the mentally challenged son as he allegedly drove home and the
South Africa has a notably high rate of murders, assaults, rapes and other violent crimes, compared to most countries. Crime researcher Eldred de Klerk concluded that poverty and poor service delivery directly impact crime levels, while disparities between rich and poor are also to blame. Statistics indicate that crime affects mainly poorer South Africans. DURBAN – Investigating officers in Mountain Rise SAPS are seeking assistance from the community to locate the person in the attached picture. Police be
Paul was killed in the early long periods of Thursday morning at the Swapo casual settlement in Pietermaritzburg while following a suspect on an endeavored murder case.