The KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) police have seized dagga worth R500 000 in Durban. A 35-year-old man was arrested for dealing in dagga in Phoenix, north of Durban.
Two women aged 24 and 47 were arrested after a large quantity of dagga was found in their house in Greenwood Park. Police spokesperson Nqobile Gwala explains says they found hydrophonic dagga.
“Upon searching the premises, police found 116 grams of hydroponic dagga. Cash of R380-00 was seized from the suspect. The 35-year-old man was arrested for dealing in dagga. Further investigation was conducted which led police to Lonsdale, under Greenwood Park policing area, where a large quantity of hydroponic dagga were found inside the house. Various types of packaging were also found and seized by police. Cash of R4090.00 was seized at the premises. Two women aged 24 and 47 were placed under arrest for dealing in dagga. The total value of all the recovered dagga is R500 000,” says Gwala.
#sapsKZN Phoenix Trio Task Team yesterday operationalized info and proceeded to Rydalvale Lonsdale under the Greenwood Park policing area where a large quantity of hydroponic dagga were found inside the house. 2 Suspects arrested for dealing in dagga. MEhttps://t.co/jvHWBnOVs1 pic.twitter.com/egSah1IWof
— SA Police Service 🇿🇦 (@SAPoliceService) March 26, 2022
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