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‘Saya bimbang keselamatan diri’ – Maguire

August 28, 2020 | News | No Comments

PERTAHANAN Manchester United dan England, Harry Maguire berkata, dia bimbangkan keselamatannya dan menyangka menjadi masa penculikan ketika ditahan di Greece.

Kapten United berusia 27 tahun itu dijatuhkah hukuman penjara tertangguh 21 bulan dan sepuluh hari selepas didapati bersalah merasuah, keganasan dan mencederakan petugas awam ketika ditahan di Mykonos.

Bagaimanapun, Maguire berkata kepada BBC Sport, polis yang tidak beruniform dan tidak memperkenalkan diri mengarahkan bas mini dinaikinya berhenti, memaksanya keluar dan memukulnya di kaki.

Maguire berkata dia cuba melarikan diri kerana tidak tahu siapa mereka yang cuba menahannya.

“Mereka memukul saya banyak kali di kaki dan saya menjadi panik. Takut dan saya bimbangkan keselamatan,” katanya.

Pertahanan tengah itu berkata, pendiriannya jelas.

“Saya berharap ia tidak berlaku kepada orang lain. Jelas situasi ini menyukarkan saya dan salah satu kelab terbesar dunia.

”Saya kesal penyokong dan kelab berdepan keadaan ini tetapi saya tidak buat apa-apa kesalahan,” katanya lagi.

“Saya dapati diri saya dalam situasi yang boleh berlaku kepada sesiapa sahaja dan di mana-mana tempat.”

Pada Rabu lalu, pasukan perundangan Maguire membuat rayaun keputusan yang telah dijatuhkan.

Sementara itu, pengurus England, Gareth Southgate menyisihkan Maguire daripada skuad yang akan menentang Iceland dan Denmark dalam aksi Liga Negara-Negara bulan depan.

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Diculik tiga jam

August 19, 2020 | News | No Comments

LELAKI diculik di hadapan sebuah kedai makan di Jalan Bintang Jaya 2, Miri, hari ini, ditemui selamat selepas hilang selama tiga jam.

Ketua Polis Daerah Miri, Asisten Komisioner Lim Meng Seah berkata, mangsa ditahan empat lelaki di hadapan sebuah kedai makan kira-kira 4 petang sebelum dihumban ke dalam sebuah kenderaan.

“Mangsa ditemui semula pada 7 malam tadi dan ditinggalkan di hadapan sebuah bank di pusat bandar,” katanya.

Beliau berkata, kejadian dirakam orang awam yang berada berdekatan sebelum video berdurasi 18 minit itu tular di media sosial.

Menurutnya, polis menjalankan siasatan berhubung motif kejadian dan mengesan semua suspek. “Polis memohon bantuan saksi agar tampil membantu siasatan,” katanya.

Menurutnya, mangsa dibawa ke balai polis bagi membolehkan siasatan dijalankan.

“Kes disiasat mengikut Seksyen 363 Kanun Keseksaan (KK) kerana menculik,” katanya.

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Lelaki mabuk lari SJR

July 27, 2020 | News | No Comments

LELAKI ditahan polis selepas memandu sebuah kereta secara melulu dipercayai dalam keadaan mabuk dan melarikan dari sekatan jalan raya (SJR) di Jalan Melaka Sentral awal pagi hari ini.

Ketua Polis Daerah Melaka Tengah Asisten Komisioner Afzanizar Ahmad berkata, lelaki berusia 42 tahun berkenaan sebelum itu didapati melarikan diri dengan memecut kenderaan dipandunya ketika tiba di SJR Jalan Melaka Sentral pada 12.30 tengah malam.

Menurutnya, beberapa anggota polis pada awalnya melihat sebuah kereta yang datang dari arah lampu isyarat sebuah pasar raya menuju ke lampu isyarat Melaka Sentral melarikan diri dari SJR.

“Anggota polis kemudiannya mengekori kenderaan suspek yang terus memandu secara melulu dan berbahaya,” katanya dalam satu kenyataan hari ini.

Menurutnya, lelaki berkenaan menuju ke arah Lebuh Alor Gajah-Melaka Tengah-Jasin (AMJ) menghala ke Cheng.

Katanya, ketika di Lebuh AMJ Paya Rumput, suspek merempuh bahagian belakang sebuah kereta lain dan juga melanggar seorang anggota polis.

“Suspek kemudiannya terus memecut kenderaannya menuju ke Batu 9 1/2 Rembia sebelum ditahan polis selepas mengejarnya sejauh kira-kira 15 kilometer.

“Lelaki berkenaan dibawa ke Ibu Pejabat Polis (IPD) Melaka Tengah sebelum dirujuk ke Hospital Besar Melaka untuk diambil sampel darah bagi ujian kandungan alkohol dan dadah.

“Kes disiasat mengikut Seksyen 42(1) Akta Pengangkutan Jalan (APJ) 1987,” katanya.

Menurutnya, anggota polis yang dilanggarnya pula hanya mengalami kecederaan ringan.

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Dah tikam bapa, tikam orang lain pula

July 20, 2020 | Crime, News | No Comments

Redzuan Salleh berkata, dua mangsa iaitu bapa suspek berusia 73 tahun dan warga emas lelaki berusia 67 tahun parah serta dirawat di Hospital Sultanah Bahiyah (HSB).

Katanya, kejadian pertama berlaku pada jam 2.45 petang dengan suspek berusia 20-an dipercayai menikam bapanya yang ditemui pengsan di tepi jalan dekat kawasan perindustrian Mergong, Alor Setar.

“Mangsa cedera di belakang leher, dada dan bahu sebelah kanan, manakala suspek melarikan diri sejurus kejadian. Punca kejadian itu dipercayai akibat perselisihan keluarga.

“Manakala kejadian kedua, suspek dipercayai menikam lelaki warga emas di sebuah kedai makan di Jalan Putra dan polis dimaklumkan kejadian pada 3.10 petang hari sama,” katanya, hari ini.

Dalam kejadian kedua, suspek dikatakan bertindak demikian dalam keadaan mabuk dan mangsa cedera di bahu kanan dan kiri.

Mohd Redzuan berkata, suspek berjaya ditahan sepasukan anggota Bahagian Siasatan Jenayah, Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah (IPD) Kota Setar dalam tempoh tiga jam selepas kejadian dan ujian air kencing mendapati dia positif Methapethamine.

“Berdasarkan pemeriksaan, suspek memiliki tiga rekod jenayah. Pisau digunakan suspek turut dirampas untuk siasatan lanjut,” katanya.

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116 jam tangan dilarikan perompak

May 22, 2020 | Crime | No Comments

PREMIS menjual jam di sebuah pasar raya di Taiping kerugian RM 72,047 apabila 116 jam tangan berjenama dilarikan perompak, semalam.

Ketua Polis Daerah Taiping, Asisten Komisioner Osman Mamat, berkata, pihaknya menerima laporan kejadian daripada pemilik premis pada jam 10.20 pagi.

Menurutnya, mangsa berusia 57 tahun, hanya menyedari kejadian itu setelah menyedari pelbagai jam di rak pameran G-Shock dan Casio, hilang, sewaktu mangsa dan memulakan perniagaannya pagi itu.

“Hasil siasatan mendapati 44 utas jam tangan berjenama G-Shock, 38 utas jenama Seiko, 28 utas jenama Baby-G dan enam utas jenama Casio, dilarikan perompak manakala jenama lain langsung tidak terusik.

“Kesemua 116 utas jam tangan yang dilarikan mempunyai resit belian dan bernilai pasaran RM 72,047.

“Terdapat juga kesan geledah di bahagian kaunter namun tiada sebarang kehilangan direkodkan ,”katanya dihubungi, media.

Menurutnya lagi, siasatan lanjut mendapati premis yang berada di tingkat satu itu mempunyai kamera litar tertutup (CCTV), namun ia tidak berfungsi.

“Usaha mengenal pasti suspek giat dijalankan,” katanya.

Osman berkata kes masih dalam siasatan dan disiasat di bawah Seksyen 457 Kanun Keseksaan.

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GEORGE TOWN – A motorcyclist allegedly hit an 80-year-old man in the head with his helmet after their vehicles collided in Bandar Baru Ayer Itam here.

George Town OCPD Asst Comm Soffian Santong said the victim, a retired taxi driver, had stopped his car at a junction here.

“The suspect’s motorcycle collided with the victim’s car at the junction, causing the bumper to fall off and breaking the lights on the right side of the car.

“The victim got down from his car to check the damage to his car.

“He told the suspect to make a police report. The suspect however suddenly hit the victim in his head with his helmet.

“As a result of the blow, the victim suffered injuries and bruises to the face and head, which required several stitches, ” he said in a statement on Monday (April 6).

ACP Soffian added that the suspect was unhappy as he claimed that the victim was the one who hit him.

The 35-year-old suspect, who is a security guard, is receiving treatment at a hospital here.

The matter is being investigated under Section 324 of the Penal Code for causing injury.

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 woman who had stabbed four Saint Joseph Convent School students 15 years ago allegedly killed a four-year-old girl on March 29.

Nakhon Chai Si Police Station in Nakhon Pathom province was notified around 6pm of the incident that took place at a restaurant in Nakhon Chai Si province.

The police found a girl named Tiprada Homsuwan covered in blood along with a knife at the scene and sent her to Huai Plu Hospital but the girl passed away at the hospital.

Tiprada’s family told the police that a suspect came to order five dishes at the restaurant without speaking to anyone but they did not notice anything strange.

Later, the family heard Tiprada screaming and saw her soaked in blood in her abdomen on a bench near the restaurant.

Afterwards, Jitlada Tantivanitchayasuk, 51, and her family came to Nakhon Chai Si Police Station and told the officers that she had just left a mental institution a week ago.

Jitlada reportedly seemed to be in a trance and did not respond while being interrogated. Her family said that she had been treated for mental illness for 20 years.

She was previously imprisoned for eight years after stabbing four Saint Joseph Convent School students in 2005.

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ALOR SETAR – A man ended up being killed and dumped inside a plastic barrel for always borrowing his younger brother’s shirts.

Apparently, the last straw came when he wore a shirt that was given to the younger brother by his girlfriend.

Body of man believed killed by younger brother found entombed in concrete

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Police found the body of the 34-year-old man, believed to have been killed by his younger sibling, in a blue barrel filled with concrete behind their house.

Initial investigation showed that he died following a fight with the younger brother who had told him off for always wearing his clothes.

According to a statement from the police, the younger brother said during interrogation last Friday evening that he confronted his older brother, who had always taken his shirts to wear.

The older one then got a meat cleaver and attacked his sibling.

But the younger brother managed to seize the cleaver and struck the victim in the neck, causing his death.

The younger brother then stuffed the body into a blue plastic barrel. The next day, he filled the barrel with wet concrete.

At 1am yesterday, however, the younger brother was filled with guilt and confessed his misdeed to another older brother.

A police report was lodged shortly later.

The barrel containing the victim’s remains was found at their house in Kepala Batas.

A neighbour, who knew the family, said the victim recently wore his younger brother’s shirt, which was a gift from his girlfriend.

It is learned that the victim was jobless while the 25-year-old brother was a fried chicken hawker.

Kedah CID chief Asst Comm Sapii Ahmad said the case was being investigated for murder under Section 302 of the Penal Code.

“The weapon and construction equipment to mix the concrete were recovered and seized from the house,” he said.

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SYDNEY – A thief has been caught on camera hooking a gold necklace with a fishing rod in a brazen night-time theft from an Australian designer store.

The thief, captured on closed-circuit television camera, broke the store window in Melbourne’s central business district before using a fishing rod to hook the Versace necklace, local police said on Wednesday (March 4).

But it took the inner-city angler nearly three hours to land his catch.

After first attempts with a smaller rod failed, the man decided to get a bigger rod, eventually snagging the US$700 (S$970) gold piece from a mannequin’s neck in a crime police described as – until now – unseen.

“It’s fairly blatant and it’s quite bold as well, to have someone attend with a fishing rod in the middle of the night,” Victoria Police Senior Constable Bede Whitty said.

Police released the footage as they attempt to net the balding, middle-aged thief.

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Man sets car ablaze after boss fires him from job

February 25, 2020 | News | No Comments

SIBU – A mentally disturbed man set fire to a car after he was terminated by his employer.

The incident took place along the Sarikei-Sibu road near the second Nyelong Bridge at about 9.20am yesterday.

Sarikei OCPD Supt Awang Arfian Awang Bujang said the suspect, an Indonesian, was being driven home in a multipurpose vehicle (MPV) by a fellow countryman.

Supt Awang said investigations showed that his employer had laid him off due to his condition.

He said the suspect from Sambas was employed at an oil palm plantation here.

“The driver of the Indonesian-registered MPV was sending the suspect home when he took out a match and set the vehicle on fire.

“He has been detained to assist in investigations and will be referred to the hospital for a check-up,” he said.

No one was hurt in the incident.

Sarikei fire station chief Mahmudin Narudin said 11 firemen were deployed to the scene upon receiving a distress call from the public.

“We took about 25 minutes to put out the fire. The car was totally destroyed,” Mahmudin said.

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