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Police, on the other hand, confirmed that a missing businessman was staying under custody of their detective branch, which detained him on charges of fraudulence.
A detective for 29 years, Lieutenant-General Vineshkumar Moonoo, who is the divisional commissioner of the detective branch, has been described as the 'top detective in the SA Police Service (SAPS)' after it was announced that he would replace Warrant Officer Hilton Botha in the Pistorius investigation.
Of course this should have read: 'The detective branch of the police farce'.
ENHANCED security, including policemen from the detective branch who also keep an eye on potential match- fixers, and some ultra- modern recently- imported equipment like an expensive car scanner, was put in place for the high- profile India- Pakistan Asia Cup encounter here on Sunday.
Later, retired Garda Supt Tom Connolly recounted an incident where Sergeant Corrigan took an unmarked detective branch car without permission.
There was a certain haste" in naming Kate and Gerry McCann as formal suspects in the case, Alipio Ribeiro, head of the Portuguese police's detective branch,said.
Mr Parker said: "I don't think there is one person in detective branch or drug unit who hasn't called for the reinstatement of the Uzi.
He has been arrested under the under Information and Communication Technology Act," a police spokesman on Sunday told newsmen as Detective Branch officials picked him up from his residence at up market Gulshan area just ahead of midnight on Saturday.