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Topic - Dennis Adriao
"We arrested 19 people today for being a part of an illegal gathering and in possession of dangerous weapons," said Gauteng province police spokesman Dennis Adriao, who said between 400 and 500 people gathered early Wednesday.
"Police asked them to disperse and when they wouldn't, police used tear gas, stun grenades and rubber bullets to disperse the crowd," said Gauteng province police spokesman Dennis Adriao. "We've said from the start that we would not tolerate illegal gatherings."