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Cops nab suspected dagga dealer in Olifantshoek

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A 44-year-old man was arrested after packaged dagga with an estimated street value of R5,000 was found at his house in Olifantshoek.

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A 44-YEAR-old man was arrested after packaged dagga with an estimated street value of R5,000 was found at his house in Olifantshoek.

Northern Cape police spokesperson Captain Olebogeng Tawana said the suspect was arrested after the police raided his home.

“Members of the Visible Police unit acted swiftly and raided the suspect’s house, subsequent to receiving information about alleged drug dealing activities at a house in Skerpdraai in Olifantshoek. The suspect was found on the premises with packaged dagga in small zip-lock plastic bags as well as plastic carrier bags,” said Tawana.

“The suspect is expected to appear in the local magistrate’s court soon on a charge of dealing in dagga.”

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