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CRIME WATCH 24 shared Reaction Unit South Africa’s post

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Sex In Canefield Couple Arrested: Tongaat – KZN

A 47 year old woman & a 42 year old man have been arrested by the South African Police for Defeating the Ends of Justice relating to a hijacking whilst engaging in sexual activity in a sugarcane field on September 13th, 2018.

Reaction Unit South Africa was called out to the scene of a hijacking last Thursday at 18:48. Upon arrival at a sugarcane plantation between Tongaat & Verulam Reaction Officers met a female victim. During an interview with officers, she confirmed that she was engaged in sexual activity with an indian male who had been hijacked of his Toyota Tazz by a suspect with a knob-Kerrie. The woman who is employed at King Shaka International Airport confirmed that she did not know the indian male & had met him at a Shoprite Checkers supermarket & during a conversation she was offered money for sex. She agreed on a price & accompanied him to a deserted location.

Whilst Reaction Officers were on scene, the driver of the Toyota Tazz returned to the sugar cane plantation & informed Officers that he owned the hijacked car. He initially denied knowing the female but eventually confirmed that he was hijacked while having sex with her in the field. The scene was handed over to SAPS Tongaat.

The victims then reported the matter to the Police as two separate & unrelated incidents. The woman claimed that she was raped in Cottonlands- KZN a day later by an unknown suspect. The male reported a case of hijacking four days later on Old Main Road – Tongaat.

Detectives become suspicious after reading the incident on the RUSA Facebook Page. The Station Commander at SAPS Verulam made contact with RUSA Management & confirmed that the interview with both victims were captured on a vehicle dash cam near the sugarcane field. Two telephone calls reporting the incident to the Operations Center were also voice recorded & the Response Vehicle Tracking System showed the exact location of the incident. The date & time recorded in the RUSA Occurrence Book (OB) did not match details provided by the victims. A third voice recording of the indian male victim requesting for assistance to cover up the incident was also recorded on the phone management system.

Both victims were arrested & detained.


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One comment on “CRIME WATCH 24 shared Reaction Unit South Africa’s post

  1. They deserved to be arrested..they brought shame to their families..friend’s and neighbours..specially to their children..I can imagine how embarrassed they are or they will in front of their friends at school..if it reach there..

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