The arrests follow after the police received information about alleged dagga dealings at a premises in Greenpoint.
TWO MEN are expected to appear in the Kimberley Magistrate’s Court on Monday after dagga with an estimated street value of R1,337,500 was found in their possession.
Police spokesperson Captain Tessa Jansen said the arrests followed after the police received information about alleged dagga dealings at a premises in Greenpoint, Kimberley.
“The police obtained a search warrant for the identified premises and with the assistance of Fidelity ADT Security company they raided the premises. The team found bags of dagga weighing a total of 267.5 kilograms. Cash believed to have been generated from the sale of dagga was also confiscated,” said Jansen.
She added that the team was commended for the arrests.
“The district commissioner of Frances Baard, Major-General Johan Bean, applauded all members who were involved in this police action. He also commended the guards from Fidelity Security for their assistance during the operation,” said Jansen.