The South African Police Service (SAPS) members have managed to secure the successful arrest of a 72 year old woman (pictured above) in Matlakeng, Zastron (Free State Province) for possession and dealing in drugs.
According to the Democracy news and media report, the South African Police Service (SAPS) members received a tip-off about a woman selling drugs from an anonymous member of the public, they followed up on the information provided and proceeded to a given address in in Matlakeng, Zastron (Free State Province).
During the search they found 56 bank cards, 3 passports, more than 70 IDs, Mandrax tablets, drivers licences and an undisclosed amount of cash. The drugs, money, bank cards and illegal documents were seized and a 72 year old woman was placed under arrest.
She is currently detained in jail and will soon make an appearance at Zastron Magistrate court to face charges for fraud, possession of suspected stolen property, possession and dealing in drugs.
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