Katlehong SAPS arrested a 28-year-old man at Thusong Informal Settlement for attempted burglary on March 24.
Katlehong SAPS arrested a 22-year-old woman on Tuesday, March 21, for assault with the intent to cause grievous bodily harm, in Mavimbela Section, Katlehong.
Katlehong detectives arrested a 34-year-old man at Moleleki Extention Two for robbery with firearm on Monday, March 27.
As the morale among some residents begins to sag under the pressures of crime in their communities, many are now contemplating owning a firearm as a means of protection.
Just when we all thought drugs and corruption were the worst social menaces in the country, the Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies has called for a radical approach to the way South Africans consume alcohol. And without doubt, the Eastern Cape Provincial Liquor Summit held in East London recently could pave the way…
She urged members of the public to come forward and assist the police in identifying crime and criminals in their neighbourhoods.
She invited members of the community to make use of her office to discuss and seek solutions to issues and problems.
This is the only way local traders could begin to build a relationship and create business partnerships with their foreign rivals.
Katlehong Police Station communications officer, Capt Mega Ndobe, confirmed the news.
“Tshepo has been a trouble since he started using drugs,” Thabethe said. “He (removed) all the cables inside the house, even at the main switch.
“I have spoken to the bank staff and they have confirmed that people are very careful with their money now,” said Rossouw.