Police bust four drug peddlers in Umzinto and Newlands East The Provincial Commissioner for KwaZulu-...

Police bust four drug peddlers in Umzinto and Newlands East The Provincial Commissioner for KwaZulu-Natal, Lieutenant General Khombinkosi Jula commended police officers for recent drug busts in the province which are aimed at breaking the backs of drug peddler.

"Over the


past week I have noted with pleasure that dedicated police teams at various clusters in the province, have been performing sterling work by responding to the calls by communities to close down drug dens and rid communities of substance abuse which contributes to many serious and violent crimes.

We will continue to intensify our efforts in eradicating the scourge of drug abuse in the province," said Lieutenant General Jula.

Police officers from the Provincial Drug and Firearm Unit embarked on an


operation in Umzinto yesterday.

They had gathered intelligence through their investigations, of two suspects dealing in drugs at Riverside Park in Umzinto.

The team proceeded to identified dwellings where raids were conducted, resulting in the arrest of two suspects aged 30 and 31, who were found in possession of drugs.

Both men were found in possession of mandrax, heroin and rock cocaine.

The total estimated street value of the drugs seized is R18,000-00.

Both suspects will be appearing at the Umzinto Magistrates Court today for dealing in drugs.

In another operation, police officers from Newlands East SAPS were conducting crime prevention duties yesterday at known drug hotspots.

They spotted two men in two separate locations at Newlands East and searched them.

The two men who are aged 20 and 21, were found in possession of 42 capsules of heroin altogether and were placed under arrest for possession of drugs.

They will be appearing at the Durban Magistrates Court today.

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