Cops keep gangs out of schools

23 November 2015 - 02:10 By Aphiwe Deklerk

Live ammunition, stolen goods and dagga are among the items Cape Town Metro Police have confiscated from pupils in the past seven months. Thirty-six officers - armed with guns, pepper spray and bulletproof vests - have been stationed at some of the Cape Flats ' most dangerous schools.Four pupils have been arrested for fraud, possession of dagga and stolen goods.

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