The alleged hijacking occurred on North Beach Road.
The details of the cars and the crimes they were used for are from the Greenwood Park SAPS database.
Allegedly the laced cigarettes were being sold to school children.
One of the drivers arrested in the uMhlanga roadblock had the highest blood alcohol level in the station’s history.
Several vehicles were towed during the roadblock after drivers abandoned their vehicles.
The survey also revealed there was a noticeable decline in the percentage of households who felt safe walking alone both during the day and at night.
The suspects used a white Ford ST in the robbery.
The operation was in an effort to curb petty theft in the Durban North area.
A SARS-branded e-mail is being circulated which confirms acceptance of the recipient into a bogus learnership programme.
Metro Police, Durban North SAPS and Enforce held the joint operation just before lunchtime today.
The man was reportedly involved in numerous fraudulent activities prior to his arrest.