One of the suspects jumped from the moving silver Polo carrying the rifle and pointed it at the police
The cluster commander of Ekurhuleni North SAPS, Major General Vincent Leshabane, has praised Sergeant Lydia ‘Ace’ Tlhotse and Constable Sibulelo Makhubela, the two officers involved in the recovery of the firearms.
On October 9 at about 6.30pm, the police received a complaint of a male person who was seen by members of the community being dumped in Greenfield Dam.
“In many instances fraud is easy to pick up if one is careful
SABC radio presenter Khutso Chuene (37) survived a serious gunshot wound after he was attacked outside a shopping centre in Matabane next to a taxi rank on October 9 at around 8pm.
Ekurhuleni North Cluster communications officer, Constable Patricia Mgijima, said the police received a complaint from a community member about a possible house break-in that was in progress 27 Smith Street, Clayville West.
The cashier suspected something wasn’t right.
The suspect was also found in possession of a Benoni SAPS docket
Mgijima said the police were led to another house at Winnie Mandela Zone Two.
The deceased, a 30-year-old man from Hospital View, Tembisa, was found lying with a stab wound to the chest
The incident occurred at around 2am on October 2.