Four people arrested for traffic violations

WINDHOEK: Four people were arrested at their places of work on Friday for outstanding warrants of arrest for traffic violations.

These are part of over 53 000 warrants of arrest on the records of the City Police and the Namibian Police Force combined.

The Deputy Chief of the City Police’s Traffic Management Unit, Adam Eiseb told the media Friday that 18 280 warrants are for private motor vehicles and 34 659 for public vehicles.

The City Police on Friday first visited the NamPower head office, where they had 11 arrests to make, but only made one arrest.

At the TransNamib head office where 14 arrests were supposed to be made, only four people were arrested for outstanding warrants of arrest.

He explained that they call drivers, advising them to visit their offices and too resolve the matter.