Twenty four suspects were arrested in Johannesburg for drunken driving. Six taverns were closed down for illegal trading and one suspect is in police custody for drug dealing.
This took place in Rosettenville and other surrounding areas around Johannesburg from Saturday and the early hours of Sunday morning.
This was a combined action under the crime fighting operation okae molao which includes the JMPD, Home affairs and the SAPS.
MEC Ms Faith Mazibuko and Gauteng Provincial Commissioner Lieutenant General Elias Mawela have joined a roadblock Gauteng searching for illicit goods and ensuring that motorists and commuters are safe on the road.
This has been a success according to the SAPS to capture so many suspects who were breaking the law in just one operation. It is a big step towards the combat fighting against crime in South Africa. All suspects will be charged and will see their days in court.
Sources : Twitter , ENCA
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