https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/north-west/cop-in-court-for-copper-cable-worth-r20-000-dafcc8a4-f912-4d02-9e3b-66a9b5ff6d1dA 41-year-old cop, found on a copper pipes worth R20,000, is relied upon to show up before the Klerksdorp Local court on Monday, as according to Northwestern police. Brigadier General Sabata Mokgwabone of stated Brigadier General Frederick Wilhelm Bernard was captured at Wilkoppies in Klerksdorp on November 20.
"The sergeant was remanded with a traditional bail call for while he first of all confirmed up in court closing Monday next to being captured in Wilcopeace on Saturday, November 20," Mokuwaborn stated. "The denounced was captured after police reacted to a clue." A guy supposedly noticed a copper pipes consuming on his premises. A copper pipe with an expected R20,000 was seized during the arrest. Investigation regarding this problem is in progress. In one more case in Vryburg, a 43-year-elderly person was arrested for ransacking a house (breaking in) and stealing a car.
"The assets owner was sleeping while stirred by guys geared up with blades. The gatecrasher stated he had quieted down and included him with a cover. "They took their gems, phones, plasma televisions and satchels and fled in the casualty's silver-dark Toyota Corolla car," stated Lieutenant Botma. The car was abandoned in a informal agreement of Monotomosetra near Huhudi.
"Things like plasma televisions, cell phones and satchels were located and seized. After the salvage, a 43-year-old suspect was arrested. Investigation regarding this problem, such as the investigation of a next suspect, is in progress. The captured guy was planned to show up withinside the Freiberg Locale Court on Monday.
As communities, whenever there's crime going on, we are told to rely on the cops, the same corrupt cops who are creating more load shedding by stealing copper cables. As citizens, the law must allow us to take matters into our own hands. Please share your thoughts below and follow me for more insightful news
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