DRUG DEALERS CAUGHT IN TABLE VIEW AFTER TIP-OFF FROM COMMUNITY
By: CPF Webmaster Published On: August 16, 2017A tip-off from an anonymous caller lead to the arrest of suspected drug dealers in Table View. Early on the morning of Monday, 14 August 2017 police officers were informed about a premises in Stilt Avenue, Table View, where suspicious activities were taking place. A strong suspicion that drugs were being manufactured and sold from the premises were shared with police, who reacted swiftly on the information. When the officers arrived at the address, they knocked on the door, upon which a male acknowledged the officers presence through a window. He stated that he did not have a key to the front Continue Reading
By: Published On: August 2, 2017The Table View Community Police Forum (CPF) is the body that links SAPS and the community. This is our monthly newsletter . From the Executive Committee CRIME AWARENESS AT BAYSIDE MALL IN TABLE VIEW On Monday, 17 July 2017 Table View Police Station in partnership with Table View Neighbourhood Watch held a crime awareness project at Bayside Mall in Table View. The display included various pamphlets on crime awareness about drugs, domestic violence, sexual offences, theft, theft out of motor vehicle, fraud, bullying, robberies and so forth. As part of the Customer is King project, which is a national project aimed at assessing the service Continue Reading
By: Published On: July 30, 2017Community cleanup ! Thanks to PNW, TVNW, Law Enforcement (Inspector Kurt Brice) , community members, CPF, Table View Angels and our wonderful Councillor , Nicky Rheeder for all joining together and making a difference. Well done guys and a massive thanks to mike and Gareth Simpson from SKIPGO for always assisting us with there skips.
Staff at a local butchery in Parklands were busy preparing for their day at work on Sunday, 23 July 2017 when two well dressed men entered the premises
By: CPF Webmaster Published On: July 25, 2017The employee assisting one of the men felt uneasy, but was not sure why. When looking out the window, the employee noticed a silver in colour Hyundai Elantra in the parking area and two men exiting the vehicle, approached the premises. Reacting on his sixth sense, the employee pressed the panic button. The suspects then produced firearms and threatened the employees, forcing them to a store room. The suspects took an undisclosed amount of cash and fled the scene before the security company arrived. No shots were fired and no one was injured during the incident. The employees were offered victim support.Anyone Continue Reading