Diamond Fields Advertiser : 2020-01-24

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NEWS PAGE 10 FRIDAY DIAMOND FIELDS ADVERTISER JANUARY 24 2020 them safe,” Kock said. truck that was parked behind the garage in Church Street. “The two suspects were spotted running with a six-pack of milk and were apprehende­d by police members who were patrolling in the area,” Kock said. “One of the suspects was found in possession of a brown purse containing various credit cards, a driving licence, cash amounting to R230 and a black Huawei cellphone for which they could not provide proof of ownership.” Kock stated that the suspects were arrested and will appear in the Kimberley Magistrate’s Court soon on a charge of theft out of a motor vehicle. Police spokespers­on Captain Sergio Kock said the team handed out 10 sets of school uniforms to pupils and also gave them some handy safety tips. “The police relayed basic safety tips to the children and also advised them to be aware of the most prevalent issues currently raised at primary and high schools. The pupils were informed about the criminal issues at some schools such as drug usage, drug sales, carrying of dangerous weapons and theft. Together we can turn the tide against crime,” said Kock. BARKLY WEST A 35-yearold Delportsho­op man has been sentenced to 25 years’ direct imprisonme­nt by the Barkly West Magistrate’s Court after he was convicted of the rape of his 38-year-old girlfriend. Police spokespers­on Captain Sergio Kock said the accused had raped his girlfriend inside her shanty. “On August 25, 2018, at about midnight, the 38-year-old female victim was sleeping in her shanty in Delportsho­op when the accused, who was at that stage her boyfriend, arrived. He woke her up and demanded to have sex with her. The victim refused and was assaulted by the accused who forcefully removed her clothes and raped her twice. “The accused was arrested the same afternoon and the police successful­ly opposed bail. He remained in custody up until his sentencing on January 21, 2020 when he was found guilty and sentenced to 25 years’ imprisonme­nt.” Kock said the investigat­ing officer was commended for her investigat­ion into the matter. “The provincial head for the Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences unit in the Northern Cape, Brigadier Nicky Mills, applauded the investigat­ing officer, Constable Patience Fortuin, for her hard work and meticulous investigat­ion which led to the sentence imposed.” WARRENTON Detectives from the Warrenton police station, under the command of the Detective Head, Captain Willem Fourie, have arrested 12 suspects following tracing operations focusing on housebreak­ing and theft cases in the area. Police spokespers­on Colonel Mashay Gamieldien said the team of detectives arrested 12 male suspects linked to various housebreak­ing cases committed in the area. “Various stolen goods amounting to thousands of rand, including laptops, cellphones, clothing, television sets, liquor, printers, electrical stoves and other items that were stolen during the breakins were recovered.” Gamieldien added that when one homeowner contacted the police to report that his home had been broken into, he was informed that the three suspects had already been apprehende­d by the police. “Homeowners are urged to ensure that they activate their alarm systems and that all windows, security gates and openings are secured and locked when they leave their houses.” The 12 suspects will appear in the Warrenton Magistrate’s Court today on charges of housebreak­ing and theft. KIMBERLEY The SAPS Social Crime Prevention, together with Visible Policing and Sector Policing, continued with the Back-toschool Campaign by visiting the Islamic Primary School in the city earlier this week. The campaign is aimed at building and strengthen­ing the relationsh­ip between the SAPS and pupils by making sure the school environmen­t is conducive and safe for the pupils. Police spokespers­on Captain Sergio Kock said yesterday that the officers shared general safety tips with the pupils and distribute­d pamphlets, while also urging them to report any unusual activities taking place at school and not to engage with strangers. “The SAPS also discussed issues relating to domestic violence and child abuse and the pupils were advised to report and expose these types of incidents to their teachers, adults and the police. The message that we want to send to the children is to never be afraid as the men and women in blue are there to protect and keep Sergio Kock said that on Wednesday, at approximat­ely 10.40am, the constables arrested the two suspects in Church Street after the property of a truck driver, who was delivering petrol at the Caltex Garage, was stolen out of his Newly-appointed constables under the mentorship of Sergeant Walter Baard earned their badges when they arrested two men, aged 27 and 28, for theft out of a motor vehicle. Police spokespers­on Captain RIVIERA Tel: (053) 861-4040 Date valid 24 - 26 January 2020 or while stocks last. 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