CRIME AND INCIDENT REPORT

Report for Week 1 of September 2022

Crime and Response report 29 August – 4 September 2022

Monday 29 August 2022

00h00 – Received a message from Santos street requesting assistance.

  • Armed response dispatched
  • Upon arrival Armed response client said there was someone on his roof. Armed response and client caught the suspect. Armed response confirmed the suspect caught had a fight with a woman and was trying to get away. Armed Response requested SAPS.
  • SAPS was called, spoke to Sgt Labeko from Milnerton and said a van would be sent out.
  • Armed Response reported the lady who was assaulted left and didn’t want to lay a charge SAPS was informed and the call was cancelled.

Tuesday 30 August 2022

19h23Client from Kings road requested an escort for her daughter to school in the mornings as she was robbed the previous morning by 3 male suspects.

  • We have no further information at this time.

Thursday 1 September 2022

20h58 – Corah street reported armed robbery which occurred next door to her house. A boy 16 was robbed by suspect at gun point who then fled in a silver grey vehicle. 

  • Armed response dispatched
  • Armed response requested SAPS upon arrival.
  • SAPS was contacted our control room operator spoke to Sgt Nzimande and confirmed a van would be sent out as soon as they come back from a current call and also asked for some patience as there was only one vehicle available.

Saturday 3 September 2022

18h21 – Client from Piet Grobelaar requested assistance for two drunk individuals fighting. 

  • Armed Response dispatched 
  • Armed Response reported upon his arrival the individuals in question drove away.

Sunday 4 September 2022

12h44 Kettley way requested assistance via whats app.

  • Armed Response was dispatched to Kettley way as the incident happened there.
  • Armed Response reported SAPS was also requested as a suspect was in custody. 
  • Alpha 2 also responded along with two ADT vehicles from the area.
  • SAPS was called by our control room operator and spoke to Thembela.
  • A community member had beaten the suspect. 

 

 

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