Police in Alberton confiscated a Mercedes Benz C63s and a Mini Cooper, they also secured the successful arrest of of five suspects who were found in possession of mandrax tablets at a house in Brackendowns, Gauteng Province.
According to the South African daily news report, yesterday, Friday, 25 February 2022 police in Alberton recieved intelligence information from an anonymous source about drug dealing activities that are taking place at a house in Brackendowns, police responded to this information and went to conduct a raid at the suspected house.
Upon arrival at the house, they found five males and they produced a search warrant then proceeded to raid the house, this led to a shocking discovery of 600 mandrax pills in blag plastic bags, police confiscated the mandrax tablets, a Mercedes Benz C63s and a Mini Cooper.
The five suspects were immediately arrested and charged for possession and dealing in drugs, they will soon make an appearance in court to face the said charge.
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