Officer ARRESTED for serving to unlawful immigrants sinful border
A Bloemfontein police officer used to be arrested for serving to unlawful immigrants sinful the Lesotho border on Monday.
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OFFICER ARRESTED AT MASERU BORDER
Police spokesperson Mahlomola Kareli says the officer used to be arrested at the Maseru border put up on Monday afternoon.
“The arrest follows an incident that took verbalize on 7 March around 5:30 where the officer took an undisclosed quantity of cash from a taxi driver who used to be allegedly crossing over to Lesotho with unlawful immigrants.”
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THE ACCUSED WILL APPEAR I COURT NEXT MONTH
Mahlomola added that the taxi driver and 4 unlawful immigrants get been arrested on the verbalize by participants of the Border Administration Authorities. “They’re currently in custody after being denied bail.”
The officer will appear in court docket next month.
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“The 44-yr-venerable sergeant regarded in court docket and is out on R3000 bail. She’s going to appear as soon as more in the Ladybrand Justice of the Peace’s Court on 21 April after extra investigation on charges of corruption, assisting, and defeating the ends of justice.”
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OTHER POLICE ARRESTS THIS YEAR
Four other police officers get been arrested in two separate incidents for theft, defeating the ends of justice and corruption, as reported by IOL.
Sergeant Thapelo Rammekwa, 46, used to be arrested for the alleged theft of a generator. He reportedly recovered the stolen generator.
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“The member then confiscated the generator from the alleged buyer and as a change of appealing the trio, he released and warned them now now not to expose the incident to someone,” Mokgwabone said.
He’s facing charges of theft and defeating the ends of justice. The case against him has been postponed to 8 March.
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