On Friday night the police department of Stanford township
in Limpopo Arrested five suspects which it is believed that they were selling heroin ( drugs ).
The SAPS ( South African Police service ) received quite a number of calls from concerned citizens about the drug dealings going on in the community of Stanford.
The suspects were found at the scene of the crime by the time police arrived.
Police spokesperson Jackson Dan mark highlighted that the suspects were carrying unlicensed fairarms , stolen case worth of R800 000 in cash .he says.
The syndicate of the drug dealings has been going on for over a year and half in the community of Stanford .
Angry residences wanted to burn the suspects alive and take matters into their own hands to end the whole drug dealings happening.
" Our kids are now deep into drugs because of the drug dealers which they have been selling here " Said one of the community members.
Suspects will now appear in court on the 20 June 2020 to apply for bail .
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