Many traffic policers in South Africa have been arreste for fraud over the years and recently a traffic policer was arrested by the SAPS intelligence bureau South Africa.
According to the intelligence bureau South Africa, the traffic officer was arrested in freestate. The 55 year old office has been charged for fraud and it looks like he has some price to pay for the fraud that ge did.
He has been sentenced for a full 1 years and he has to pay R40 000 fine for all the criminal acts he did. This is unacceptable how can they put someone in jail for only 1 year?
If the officer was bogus how did he go on like this without being noticed fast? and how did he get the officer's uniforms ?this is are the questions that must be looked into and must be answerd.
This clearly shows there was some corruption happening. Non the less the police did a good job by arresting this bogus man. Justice must be served and hope he does not go back to this crime again.
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