Of­fi­cers an­swer school’s call for as­sis­tance

The Rep - - NEWS -

LAST Mon­day night, Red Guard re­sponse of­fi­cers were sum­moned by a panic alarm to a school in Queens Drive, where they re­moved a school­boy who was un­der the in­flu­ence of al­co­hol and caus­ing prob­lems, op­er­a­tions man­ager Wil­lie Rey­necke told The Rep.

The boy al­legedly dam­aged the com­pany’s ve­hi­cle and was handed over to the po­lice.

In the early hours of Tues­day, of­fi­cers at­tended to a panic at a house in Top Town where the owner had seen some sus­pects in his yard. They ap­pre­hended one of the two and he was handed over.

Later that morn­ing, the se­cu­rity of­fi­cers at a su­per­mar­ket ap­pre­hended a sus­pect for theft, re­cov­ered the stolen goods and passed him on to the po­lice.

On Thurs­day af­ter­noon, the same sce­nario played out at a butch­ery with the same re­sults.

Soon af­ter mid­night on Satur­day, a res­i­dent in Liv­ing­stone Road called the com­pany’s 24-hour con­trol room for as­sis­tance af­ter he had no­ticed a sus­pi­cious per­son in the street. Re­sponse of­fi­cers re­cov­ered a grass cut­ter in the street and found the sus­pect.

That night, re­sponse of­fi­cers at­tended to a panic at a garage where they ap­pre­hended one of three sus­pects who had al­legedly stolen a bag from a ve­hi­cle on site. He was handed over to the po­lice.

A while later, the se­cu­rity of­fi­cer on duty at Mlungisi Sta­dium called for as­sis­tance. Re­sponse of­fi­cers ap­pre­hended the driver of a ve­hi­cle who had driven into the fence and was al­legedly un­der the in­flu­ence of al­co­hol.

On Sun­day night, re­sponse of­fi­cers on pa­trol in Mlungisi found a naked woman ly­ing in Pambo Street.

The po­lice were called and they took over, find­ing that the woman was be­lieved to be un­der the in­flu­ence of al­co­hol. They took her home. – Rep re­porter

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