Durban – It was a good week for the province's anti-drug units that arrested six men during a number of raids in the city.
In the early hours of Wednesday morning, the SAPS Special Drug Team and Chatsworth SAPS delivered positive results.
The police spokesman, Lieutenant Colonel Thulani Zwane, said in the early hours of the morning an intelligence-led operation in the area of Westcliff Drive and Rank Avenue, Chatsworth.
"Officers have won 700 heroin capsules with a street value of R14 000. A 22-year-old man was arrested.
In another bust, two men aged 23 and 53 were arrested for drug use.
Zwane said that officers received information about drug trafficking in the Cato Crest area.
"On arrival, agents discovered dagga and two suspects were arrested and charged with drug abuse, and they have since appeared in the Durban Magistrates" Court, "he said.
These arrests follow a raid in Crossmoor, where a 22-year-old man was arrested for drug possession.
Zwane said the man was found in possession of 300 green and white capsules suspected to be heroin.
"The police then went to Ponturn Road in Welbedacht-East, where two suspects aged 39 and 45 were found in possession of 65 mandrax tablets and 13 pieces of rock cocaine." During the operation the police recovered drugs with an estimated street value. of more than R10,000 and more than R2 300 in cash suspected of being the proceeds of drug trafficking, the seized drugs will be forwarded for forensic analysis, "he said.
Zwane said she appealed to the residents to continue blowing on the illegal drug trade has proved successful.