The group, arrested over the weekend, is expected to make their first appearance and apply for bail.
OFM News reports, their arrest is a result of the Safer Festive Season Operations by police who have been deployed to Bothaville to flatten the curve of criminal acts especially gang related incidents. Police spokesperson, Thandi Mbambo, in a statement highlights the suspects all aged between 18 and and 43 were arrested in five separate incidents.
On November 27, the police received a crime intelligence led information about drugs sold in Ditshehlong section at Kgotsong. Information was followed and a 27 years old man was subsequently arrested in possession of 108 full mandrax tablets, 88 half Madrax tablets, 19 Quarter Mandrax tablets and cash.
In another incident a man aged 28 was arrested for dealing in drugs after he was found with five full, 12 half and five quarter mandrax tablets, one crystal meth sachet and cash.
A 43 year old man was also arrested for dealing in dagga after he was found with 50 large and 73 medium pockets of dagga and cash.
A 35 year old man was also arrested in a separate incident for possession of drugs after he was found with six half mandrax tablets.
Six suspects aged from 18 to 23 years old were arrested for possession of dangerous weapons in different sections of Kgotsong and most of them were found to belong to gangs. They were found in possession of eight pangas and three knives.