Nigerian nailed in CBD with Cat worth R25 000

THE 39-year-old Nigerian national arrested for possession of Cat.
THE 39-year-old Nigerian national arrested for possession of Cat.

A tip off acted upon by the metro police’s Germiston crime prevention task team led to the arrest of a suspected drug peddler found in possession of five blocks of Cat estimated to be worth R25 000 on the street.

The 39-year-old Nigerian national, with a life-partner permit that expired in 2014, was nabbed at the intersection of West and Central streets in the Kempton Park CBD.

The arrest was effected around 11am on Thursday.

A charge of possession of an illicit substance was registered at Kempton Park Police Station and the suspect is expected to appear in Kempton Park Magistrate’s Court soon.

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