National 19.8.2016 12:11 pm

Mom, son arrested with 33 bags of dagga

Two arrested for possession of thirty-three bags of dagga to the street value of about R100 000 was confiscated.

Two arrested for possession of thirty-three bags of dagga to the street value of about R100 000 was confiscated.

Police estimated that the street value of the dagga was about R100 000.

A mother, 51, and her son, 22, were arrested in Ndwendwe, in KwaZulu-Natal, after police found drugs at their home to the street value of about R100 000, North Coast Courier reports.

Ndwedwe Crime Prevention Unit, assisted by other units, made the arrests yesterday afternoon after following a tip-off.

Thirty-three bags of dagga were confiscated.

The pair are due to appear at Ndwedwe Magistrates’ Court today.

In additions, earlier this week, two others were arrested between Vryheid and Pongola road by Louwsburg police after they were found to be transporting dagga to the street value of more than R500 000 from Mozambique to Nquthu.

– Caxton News Service.

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