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2013-01-07 08:17

JAM SESSION: A speeding Gauteng motorist was found to be in possession of a speed-gun jamming device upon being pulled over by traffic police.

JOHANNESBURG- A man was arrested after he was found in possession of a speed jamming machine along the N3 in Heidelberg, reports Gauteng traffic police.

Spokeswoman Busaphi Nxumalo stated: "He was stopped on Saturday (January 5) after the speed machine used by traffic officials failed to detect the speed he was travelling in. The equipment was found in the car."

HEADED TO COURT

Nxumalo said the equipment prevented the detection of the speed a vehicle was travelling at.

The man was charged with defeating the ends of justice. He is expected to appear in the Heidelberg Magistrate's Court in January 2013.

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