Moffat View’s social crime prevention projects a success

WINNERS: The winning team of the Sports Against Crime games in Southern Suburb seen with the stakeholders .

THROUGHOUT the week of June 6 to 12, Moffat View SAPS arrested 39 suspects for various crimes:Common assault – seven people; assault causing grievous bodily harm – four people; domestic violence and assault causing grievous bodily harm under the influence – one person; business break-in involved two people; common robbery – two people; crimen injuria – two people; drunken driving – two people; fraud – one person; house break-in and theft – one person; illegal immigrant – one person; possession of dagga – three people; possession of stolen property – three people; shoplifting – six people; for theft – four people.

Social crime prevention projects

On June 9, Moffat View SAPS Social Crime Prevention and Communications Units hosted Sports Against Crime games at 1 Berg Street, Southern Suburbs. Learners from Oxford High School in Fairlands, Verney College from the Moffat View area and Langlaagte Technical School, participated in a soccer tournament. Oxford High won.

Falcon and Verney College played netball. Verney College won.

The purpose of the match was to encourage youngsters to stay away from drugs and to keep themselves busy with sports.

One suspect arrested for drugs

On June 13, members from the K9 unit (Johannesburg Cluster) were patrolling Moffat View and South Hills when they received a complaint regarding illegal drug activity in Coalbroak Street, South Hills.

Upon arrival at the address they found an unknown male standing inside the premises. They introduced themselves and explained why they were there. The man indicated to the police that he had dagga on him and invited the police onto the premises.

The man went to the entrance and picked up a baby-food bottle from the window sill and handed it over to the police. Inside the bottle were small black bags of dagga. The man was arrested for possession of dagga and taken to the Moffat View police station.

For more information, contact Moffat View SAPS communications officer Mikateko Bila on 011 405 1539.

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