Gauteng police captured 25 alcoholic drivers on the West Rand at the end of the week.
The suspects were among 1,058 individuals captured during "high-thickness" tasks in the territory, police representative Capt Kay Makhubele said.
Makhubele said police in Tshwane captured in excess of 300 needed suspects for different violations. He said seven suspects were captured during strikes at unlawful alcohol outlets, while a few illicit outsiders were taken in to be handled by the branch of home issues.
Makhubele said in excess of 150 different suspects were captured during the activity.
In excess of 350 suspects were captured in Ekurhuleni and on the West Rand for violations including endeavored murder, ownership of unlicensed guns, managing in drugs, attack, malevolent harm to property and house thefts.
In Johannesburg, in excess of 250 suspects were captured for violations going from assault, to ownership of suspected taken property, attack, ownership of medications and ownership of unlicensed gun and ammo.
Police captured in excess of 140 suspects in Soweto for ownership of suspected taken engine vehicles, ownership of suspected taken property, malignant harm to property, vehicle commandeering, seizing, misrepresentation, endeavored murder and driving affected by liquor.
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