2jun2023 east coast road cyclist Nicolette Tan Shi-en upset with driver Elaine Michele Ow block & confronted

2jun2023 east coast road cyclist Nicolette Tan Shi-en upset with driver Elaine Michele Ow block & confronted quoted On Tuesday, the two – Nicolette Tan Shi-en, 31, and Elaine Michele Ow, 49 – were each charged with one count of committing a rash act to endanger the personal safety of others. Tan, believed to be the cyclist, is also accused of causing obstruction to others. A search of Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority records revealed that Ow is a director of Prodigy Productions, while Tan used to be a secretary at several companies, including Gabriel Law Corporation. Tan allegedly used her body to block the car said to be driven by Ow from moving forward. She is also accused of lying on the bonnet of the moving car, obstructing the driver’s view. Ow is said to have endangered the safety of others by driving the car forward while Tan was allegedly on its bonnet. The women are accused of committing the offences between 3pm and 3.30pm last Friday. Their cases have been adjourned to July 4. quoted The 49-year-old car driver, Elaine Michele Ow, faces one charge of rashly endangering the personal safety of others for driving forward while someone lay on the bonnet of her vehicle The 31-year-old cyclist Nicolette Tan Shi-en faces a charge of rashly endangering the personal safety of others by laying on the bonnet of a vehicle while in the middle of the road and obstructing the driver’s view. Tan, who was seen standing on the road in the way of Ow's car, also faces another charge of obstructing others in a public way by blocking a vehicle from moving forward. Both women were charged at the State Courts in the afternoon on Tuesday. According to court records, the police Prosecuting Officer applied for their cases to be heard at a later date for time to complete investigations. The officer mentioned that they would analyse the footage and would ask for a medical report. The judge allowed the adjournment and offered both women bail each at S$10,000. The duo both said they intend to engage lawyers. If convicted of rashly endangering the personal safety of others, they each face a jail term of up to six months, a fine of up to S$2,500, or both. Meanwhile, the penalty for the charge of obstructing others in a public way is a fine of up to S$1,000.

Posted by SG Road Vigilante - SGRV on Wednesday, June 7, 2023