GEORGE NEWS - Once again public information has led to a police raid at the taxi rank.
On Monday an immigrant was arrested with 56 Mandrax tablets worth R2 800 and 25 half tablets worth R875 plus 96 packets of tik to the value of R3 840 were confiscated by the George Crime Prevention Unit (CPU).
Lieutenant Anna-Mart Deyce, spokesperson for the George Police, has warned school children and shoppers in the CBD to be extra vigilant while walking and talking on a cellphone.
"People seem to go into a trance and are oblivious to what is going on around them. Many cellphones are grabbed while people are talking on them. Ladies on the way to gym with earphones are also an easy target." The SAP will adopt a zero tolerance attitude at the switching on of the Christmas lights function in York Street next week Saturday. No alcohol will be tolerated.
The next liquor forum meeting will be held on Wednesday 4 December at 18:00 at the Suria Hall in Plantation Road (old army college). For further enquires contact Miss J Belelie or Warrent Officer Barnard on 044 803 4757/082 856 3951.
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