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  1. EXERCISE OF OPERATIONS: ACP Osman (left) using a scanner plate numbers automatically during Ops outstanding summonses along Jalan Kota Tinggi, Johor Baru yesterday. The machine will start to be deployed in Iskandar CIQ building next week. - Photos THE STAR February 13, 2016 JOHOR BARU: The scanner automatic vehicle number plate recognition (ANPR) to hunt down offenders foreigners, especially Singaporeans, will be stationed at the Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) at Bangunan Sultan Iskandar (BSI) here starting next week. Equipment that uses the latest technology from the United States was introduced in border areas by the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) to hunt down foreigners clay pay summons, Utusan Malaysia reported yesterday.
  2. Firefly968

    Serial off peak car offender

    She damn power, 33 charges and the last one is "a) 2 charges under Section 29(1) Road Traffic Act of causing an off-peak car SJD7408Y to be used without valid vehicle licence; b) 30 charges of using the off-peak car SJD7408Y without a valid e-day licence under Section 11A(3) Road Traffic Act and c) 1 charge of removing the off-peak car SJD7408Y without approval from the LTA pound under section 95(6) Road Traffic Act." Full report
  3. This is crazy..... Read this article on 5th Dec today newsapaer TP and Insurance company is going to impose more pricey, difficult or revoke insurance (cannot own a car anymore) for ex-drink driving Offender.. I just feel that its unfair... They are being punish by the law already yet the People is still driving them to their grave again.(Some ppl need car for living) I thought government always say give the ex-convict a 2nd chance like the yellow ribbon project.. but say A doing B... If a Cow dun drink water, how u push it head.The cow also wont drink.. Now TP giving back the offender a chance to get the license back but yet deter them to have a car.Might well dun give back the license anymore after being convited for drink-driving offence... Its just like giving you a fishing rod and ask you to fish at the soccerfield for fish. Ridiculous..... How about those Speeding (No 1 killer on the road) ex-convict, Handphone driving ex-convict??To be more fair... 1) EX-Drink driver offender-Expensive premium, difficult to get insurance or revoke insurance (cannot owe a car anymore) 2) EX-Handphone driving offender-Expensive handphone, Expensive handphone premium or Revoke handphone (Cannot own a phone,only can own phonecard, park your car and call from coffeeshop,HDB void deck) 3) EX-Speeding driver-Expensive car price above 800CC, Expensive Servicing, Expensive sparepart..
  4. As reported in the Perth Now - Online. Singapore is one of the top destination for Child Offender which I was wondering if that the report is accurate. Rather I think it is because of our excellent transport connectivity these child sex offender utilised our country as a transit point. Do you guys agree with the report ? "http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/western-australia/call-for-child-sex-offenders-to-be-banned-from-travel/story-e6frg143-1226389873067" TOP TEN TOURISM DESTINATIONS FOR CHILD SEX OFFENDERS - Denpasar - Singapore - Bangkok - Kuala Lumpur - Auckland - Nadi - Hong Kong - Manila - Dubai - Wellington
  5. hi All, kindly advise me.... i get hit from behind. The small dent is just in front of my signal light. The offender bring me to his workshop yesterday, and was quoted $120. The guy promise to transfer the money to my account, but did not until now. How do i proceed to make insurance claim from him? I do not want to swallow this repair cost. thanks & regards
  6. Should do this to ALL sex offenders But must be the physical way for those who molest kids and not this chemical method though.... From CNA: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/afp...1203049/1/.html South Korea to chemically castrate sex offender Posted: 23 May 2012 1230 hrs
  7. A road-rage offender escaped jail after a district judge on Thursday exercised judicial mercy and imposed the maximum fine of $5,000 and a one-year driving ban. District Judge May Mesenas took into consideration the exceptional circumstances in this case, primarily the man's medical condition. The normal punishment for a convicted road-rage offender is a jail sentence. Retired businessman Sunny Tiang Thian Oon, 56, who was seated in a wheelchair in court on Thursday, suffers from depression as well as back and spinal problems, among other things. He was found guilty last November of hurting dog trainer Patrick Wong, 53, in June 2010. Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/S...ory_793135.html
  8. An engineer who struck a motorist on the head with a metal pole was jailed for four weeks and banned from driving for 12 months on Thursday. Cheong Lean Wai, 32, had admitted in August this year to hitting Mr Phua Kwee Meng on the head with a metal pole, causing a 5cm bruise on the head and a 1cm cut near a petrol station along Woodlands Ave 1 on Aug 17 last year. The court heard that Cheong had changed lanes while driving his pregnant wife home along Seletar Expressway. Mr Phua, 42, who was driving behind, tail-gated him and high-beamed his headlamps. He eventually overtook Cheong. Source: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/S...ory_727708.html
  9. I really dunno what to say. Best part is the guy turned himself in. The offences he committed were only parking ones. But when he failed to pay the fines and didn't turn up in court after several summonses were sent to him, a warrant of arrest was issued against him. Lawyer Luke Lee said a court can issue an arrest warrant if the person fails to answer a summons and does not turn up in court. When two Aetos auxiliary police officers went to his flat to arrest him on Thursday, the offender, known only as Nic, fled while being handcuffed. That sparked off a six-hour manhunt around Hougang Street 51. Surrendered More than 30 police officers, several sniffer dogs, five police cars and four red Special Operations Command riot vehicles were activated to search for the man, according to Shin Min Daily News. He surrendered to the police that evening. At 2.20pm on Thursday, two Aetos officers turned up at Nic's four-room flat. As they were handcuffing him, Nic, 28, struggled violently, broke free and ran down the stairs, with the handcuffs dangling from one arm, reported Lianhe Wanbao. The police were called in and they mounted an extensive search of the area lasting almost six hours. Besides Hougang Street 51, the housing estates in Hougang Street 52, Avenue 5 and Avenue 8 were also searched. The hunt covered carparks and a construction site, Shin Min Daily News reported. Pictures of Nic were put up in public places, such as staircase landings and coffee shops. Around 8pm the same day, Nic turned himself in at the Ang Mo Kio North Neighbourhood Police Centre. Yesterday, The New Paper visited the neighbourhood. Madam Jessica Toh, a 45-year-old housewife who lives with her family two doors away from Nic, described his parents as "very friendly". She said they would exchange greetings when they met each other. According to Madam Toh, the couple looked to be in their 50s. They have two other adult children - a son and a daughter. She added: "They look educated. They also dress tidily and are well groomed." Two floors down, a resident, who has been living at the block for more than 20 years, thought that a "murder case" was under investigation. The resident, who declined to be named, said: "There were two or three police cars and a big group of both uniformed and plainclothes police officers. I knew something was not right." He added: "They kept a low profile. I observed them for one to two hours but no body was carried out." When The New Paper visited what is believed to be Nic's flat, the door and windows were shut and remained so despite repeated knocks. There were potted plants and a rack full of shoes outside the flat. There were also poles with clothes hung out to dry. Police said investigations are on. For escaping from legal custody, the suspect faces up to two years in prison, or a fine, or both.
  10. is this a record?? can use the money to buy a better car liao Feb 19, 2011, ST Off-peak car owner fined $130,000 Serial offender's car was driven 26 times without valid licence during restricted hours By Khushwant Singh IN 2008, Johnson Fok Jun Hong was fined $1,000 for driving his off-peak or weekend car during the restricted period without a valid supplementary licence. In 2009, he was fined $3,000 for repeating the offence. A year later, he was at it again - not once, but 26 times. Between April and August last year, his Subaru Impreza had been driven 26 times without the necessary licence. In December last year, Fok, 30, was fined $5,000 for each of the offences. The total fine was $130,000, which is believed to be one of the largest amounts to be levied against an off-peak car offender. If he cannot pay up, he must serve 130 days in jail. He has filed an appeal. Fok had pleaded guilty on Dec 2 to driving the car on eight occasions and allowing it to be used 18 other times during the restricted period between 7am and 7pm on weekdays except public holidays. In the grounds of decision issued yesterday, District Judge Salina Ishak said that she had considered the merit of the prosecution's argument that Fok's latest violations were committed after the Land Transport Authority introduced the e-Day Licence system on Nov 23, 2009, to replace the physical coupon supplementary licence scheme. Under the e-Day scheme, motorists have 48 hours after they use their weekend cars to buy an e-Day Licence for $20 through a host of ways, including at SingPost outlets and AXS stations. Pleading for leniency, Fok, who did not have a lawyer, said that he had been a patient of the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) since 2006, and did not recall things that he did. But Judge Salina noted that his IMH report did not indicate 'any causal link' between his mental condition and the commission of the offences. She also noted that the timing and location of several violations indicated 'some degree of regularity'. 'It can be inferred that these trips were not made by someone who was driving aimlessly...' As a serial offender, Fok could have been fined up to $10,000 for each offence. The date of his appeal hearing has not been announced. khush@sph.com.sg
  11. Familymanz

    OPC offender

    Just witness a while ago along Jurong West Ave 4 OPC Black Honda Civic kena by police for not displaying coupon. But.... it was tow away, instead of been driven away.... why ar?
  12. S'pore man keeps driving into trouble Serial traffic offender jailed for two weeks HE has been sentenced to jail for a traffic offence. If you think that's a bit harsh, look at his record. This man is a serial traffic offender. Despite being repeatedly caught and punished, Lum Chan Meng was at it again. He was once again driving a vehicle without valid insurance, without a valid licence. And this time, the court decided he should go to jail. Lum, 42, was stopped during a routine check along Choa Chu Kang Street 52 last December. A police officer, Sgt Ramli Yusoff, while attending to a case of illegal parking, stopped Lum's vehicle and asked him for his driving licence, which he was unable to produce. Sgt Ramli also discovered that Lum did not possess a Class 3 driving licence. Lum pleaded guilty to two charges, according to court papers obtained by The New Paper. One was driving a motor lorry without a valid Class 3 driving licence under Section 35 (1 & 3) of the Road Traffic Act. The maximum penalty for a first offender is a $1,000 fine or three months' jail. A repeat offender can be fined up to $2,000 or jailed for up to six months. SENTENCING The other charge was using a vehicle without a valid policy of insurance under the same act which carries a fine up to $1,000 or jail up to three months or both. Lum was sentenced to two weeks' jail and a fine of $2,000, or a further 10 days' jail in default, in April this year. He was also disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence for all classes for four years. In his mitigation, Lum asked for a six-week deferment of the jail sentence to complete outstanding work. The prosecution objected that it was too long an adjournment. In sentencing, District Judge Salina Ishak said the offence of driving without a valid licence is a serious issue for road safety. Unlicensed and uninsured drivers are also significantly more likely to be involved in road crashes and to disregard other road laws. Said the judge: 'It is therefore imperative that only a qualified person who has passed his driving test and holds a valid driving licence is allowed to drive on our roads. 'If there are unqualified drivers on our roads, road safety of all road users will be seriously compromised.' With regards to driving without a valid insurance, the judge said the norm for a first offender is usually a fine unless there are aggravating circumstances. Added the judge: 'In the present case, the accused has two prior convictions for the same offence and was last fined the maximum fine of $1,000. 'In the light of his antecedent, I was of the view that the custodial threshold had been crossed and the appropriate sentence in the circumstances of the case is a sentence of two weeks' imprisonment.' Lum is appealing against the sentence and is on bail. [furious]
  13. Picanto

    OPC Offender

    would any of you report to the TP/LTA if you happen to see OPC driving without displaying coupons? some may think its unfair for them to be on the road during peak hours cos they got $17k and road tax rebate already.
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