21-Year-Old Suspect Arrested For Being In Possession Of Straws Containing Tik

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A 21-year-old suspect has been arrested for being in possession of straws containing tik.

Per what we gathered, he was arrested by the Cookhouse Vispol Police on Sunday and this was contained in a recent statement released by the South African Police Service.

The statement reads;

Media Statement
South African Police Service
Office of the Provincial Commissioner Eastern Cape

COOKHOUSE – A suspect aged 21 is expected to appear before the Somerset-East Magistrates Court soon following her arrest for allegedly being in possession of straws containing tik.

It is alleged that on Sunday 16 May 2021, Cookhouse Vispol Police conducted an intelligence driven operation in Magxaki Street, Cookhouse and found a 21-year-old suspect in possession of six (6) straws containing Tik with an estimated street value of R 480-00.”

In other news, a 57year-old security guard has been arrested following the shooting of a teenage boy during violent #ProtestAction in Mangaung.

The statement by the police reads;

“A 57-year-old security guard has been arrested following the shooting of a teenage boy during violent shutdown protests in Mangaung this morning. It is alleged that a group of protesters went to attack a Warehouse in Dr Belcher road, Bloemfontein. The security guard who was alone at the time, fired a shot in a quest to scare the mob but unfortunately hit a 15-year-old boy. The boy died at the scene. The security guard was arrested and will appear in the Bloemfontein Magistrate court on a charge of murder.

In another incident earlier today, a 41-year-old complainant and manager of Mangaung Metro Solid Waste, was driving his white BMW on MacKenzie Street in Heidedal on the way to work when he was stopped by a Silver Isuzu Bakkie with registration number JkJ 673 NW.

Three males from the Bakkie approached him and one pointed him with a firearm and instructed him to get out of the vehicle. They then drove away with his BMW and after a few minutes the vehicle was recovered burnt at MacKenzie street. A case of hijacking has been registered for further investigation.

The situation is still tense and closely monitored by the police.”

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