Cooked blood case postponed to April
A cop allegedly microwaved suspects' blood samples to make the blood alcohol content undetectable.
CAPE TOWN - The case of a former Cape Town police officer, who's alleged to have microwaved blood samples of drunk driving suspects, has been postponed until next month.
Forty-five-year-old Shaun Hoffman appeared in the Bellville Commercial Crimes Court this morning.
Hoffman will appear in court again on 29 April.
He's been charged with corruption after allegedly extorting money from drunk driving suspects.
Hoffman allegedly microwaved the suspects' blood samples to make the blood alcohol content undetectable.
The 45-year-old, who was based at the Pinelands Police Station, has since resigned from the South African Police Service.
He's out on R2,000 bail.