Manhunt underway, Parkmore thieves nabbed and local drug bust!
MANHUNT UNDERWAY FOR BRYANSTON KILLERS
Local community members have verbalised their surprise following the murder of a local Bryanston resident in the driveway of his Bryanston complex on Anslow Lane at 11.30am on Tuesday 9 April.
According to reports and a video that was released soon after the murder, the 59-year old victim was followed home by armed suspects in a blue BMW and ambushed while parking his car.
The victim, Ivan Djordjevic, was allegedly shot with a rifle and died instantly. He is believed to have survived an attempted hit in Bedfordview two years ago.
The motive is not et known but it is believed to be a hit.
The getaway car was later torched in an open field near the Bryanston Country Club. Police have launched a manhunt for the two armed suspects.
PROTESTERS DISRUPT SANDTON BOOK LAUNCH
(Tuesday 9 April) – The Johannesburg book launch of Pieter-Louis Myburgh’s new book: Gangster State: Unravelling Ace Magashule’s Web of Capture ended in chaos as protesters began tearing pages out of the book.
The launch, at Exclusive Books in Sandton City, was overrun with angry protesters singing songs in support of Magashule, claiming that the book was”propaganda” against ANC members.
No arrests have been made.
PARKMORE THIEVES NABBED
(Wednesday 3 April at 12.15pm) – The Sandton SAPS Crime Combatting Team were on patrol in Parkmore Gardens on Wednesday when they noticed a suspicious Silver Ford Figo with three male occupants. They stopped and searched the vehicle and found a Hisense TV wrapped in a curtain, two remote controls and two house-breaking implements. The suspects admitted that they had stolen the television from one of the houses in Parkmore.
They were immediately arrested and will shortly appear at the Randburg Magistrates Court to answer to the charges.
Thanks, Sandton SAPS Crime Combatting Team!
DRUG LAB BUST IN SANDTON
(Thursday 28 March) – Police have arrested four people in connection with an illegal drug lab in on West Way Road in Kelvin, Sandton. The suspects are believed to be Nigerian nationals.
The house in question was completely empty, with all rooms (including the garage) being used to manufacture Mandrax and ‘Cat’ (Methcathinone). According to reports, the stree value of the drugs is estimated at R2.5 Million for the Mandrax and R500 000 for the Cat.