A KwaZulu-Natal aggressive behavior at home presume burrowed an opening for himself when he supposedly assaulted cops with a cultivator.
Two officials were reacting to an aggressive behavior at home report close to Bergville on Friday evening when they were assaulted. Presently the presume faces an endeavored murder accusation.
"Upper Tugela cops reacted to a report of aggressive behavior at home at Dukuza close to Bergville," said Brig Jay Naicker, the common police representative.
"On landing in the scene they were faced by the presume who turned out to be exceptionally forceful towards the cops. The presume assaulted both cops with a cultivator which brought about one cop being harmed on the head while the different was harmed in the arm."
Naicker said the suspect ran away from the area yet the officials captured him.
"The 29-year-old suspect was put in custody on charges of endeavored murder and attack with purpose to cause terrible substantial mischief. The harmed cops were taken to emergency clinic for clinical consideration," said Naicker.
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