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handcuffsNews24 reports that in a statement on Friday, Western Cape police indicated that three men had been arrested in Cape Town after trying to bribe a Milnerton detective.  

Police spokesperson Segeant Noloyiso Rwexana reported that the detective’s investigations related to an attempted murder in Joe Slovo Park on 4 March.  He followed up on leads and identified the man who had allegedly shot and wounded the victim.  Three Somali men met with the detective and offered him R20,000 in cash as bribe for the disappearance of the docket.  The detective agreed to the arrangement and notified his commanders of the proposed meeting.  Police planned an operation and set up a meeting on Thursday. During the meeting, the detective was handed R5,000 in cash.  The three men were subsequently arrested and are expected to appear in court soon on charges of bribery.  One of the three men is also facing an attempted murder charge for the Joe Slovo Park incident.

  • Read the original of the report in the above regard by Nhlanhla Jele at News24

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