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A 45 years old man sent behind bars after being in possession of dagga worth an estimated amount of R 250 000 in the Eastern Cape.
This happened Thursday morning when police were conducting a roadblock at Colchester in terms of the Covid-19 lockdown and Disaster Management Act, searched a white Toyota Quantum minibus with trailer.
Six (6) large bags containing just under 120 kilograms of dagga was found inside the trailer and minibus.
The 45-year-old driver was arrested and charged for dealing in dagga as well as contravening regulations under the Disaster Management Act for travelling between districts during the Covid 19 lockdown without a permit.