Officers answer school’s call for assistance
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