A police officer in Cape Town who was seen on camera peddling drugs has been placed under arrest as a result of the video.
WATCH THE VIDEO OF A POLICE GETTING CAUGHT DEALING WITH DRUGS
The arrest of the officer took place on June 28th, 2022, as stated by Captain Frederick Van Wyk, the spokesperson for the police department.
Outside of the Cape Town Regional Court, members of the Anti-Corruption Investigating Unit kept a watchful eye. Monitoring an operation was the point of the observation that was being made.
It was reported that a member of the SAPS dressed in uniform was seen putting a bag inside a white Volkswagen Caravelle in the morning. It was determined that the member in question was a Sergeant working for the Cape Town Regional Court.
"When the task had been successfully completed, the vehicle was brought into view. The sergeant approached the members of the squad as they were standing by the truck. The members introduced themselves and requested for permission to search the vehicle.
The Bag Contained Dagga, Tik, and Mandrax Tablets Captain Frederick Van Wyk
Van Wyk stated that the bag was opened, and inside was wrapped dagga, tik, and mandrax tablets. He also mentioned that the bag was opened.
"The unlawful substances were apprehended and turned over as exhibits," she said. The member was taken into custody by the Woodstock SAPS after being arrested. On June 29th, he was brought before the Magistrates Court in Cape Town on the charge of being a drug dealer.
At the request of Table Bay Harbour SAPS, the officer was kept there.
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