POLICE

ANG MOH TACKLED TO GROUND @ CHANGI AIRPORT FOR USING CRIMINAL FORCE & ABUSIVE LANGUAGE

The ang moh was tackled and pinned to the ground by the police because he was refusing to cooperate with the authorities. Instead of surrendering, he pushed a policeman and said vulgarities. The police came because they received news of a commotion caused by the ang moh at Changi Airport. The ang moh had behaved aggressively to a 48 year old man, shouting vulgarities, then snatching and smashing his phone.

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HAI SING STUDENTS FIGHTING IN SCHOOL COUNSELLED AND DISCIPLINED

The two students who were videoed involved in a fight in school have been counselled and appropriate disciplinary measures taken against them. This was confirmed by the students' school, Hai Sing Catholic School.

It was also reported that the boy who was severely beaten up called the police after the incident. A spokesman for the school said that the school " has addressed the matter with appropriate disciplinary measures and counselled the students involved". "We have also been working with their parents to help our students learn from the incident," said the spokesman.

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DEAD BODY FOUND IN SINGAPORE RIVER

Police were alerted this morning to a dead body that was found in the Singapore River. Apparently, a cleaner saw the dead body, and police were alerted at 8am. The SCDF had confirmed that their officers retrieved the body of a Chinese man in his 60s.

Police were also seen questioning two boatmen. No further details of the case was revealed. Was this a suicide, of a man who cannot handle the stress of living in Singapore, even though he is already in his 60s? Or was it something else. Police investigations are ongoing, and let's hope they will announce the findings of their investigations soon.

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POLICE FAILED TO TAKE PHOTOS OF ALLEGED CRIME SCENE, QUESTIONS SHOULD BE ASKED WHY

The High Court judge cleared the man, and also rapped the the police for their failure to actually capture the interior of the cabin of a prime mover, where the alleged rape took place. The prime mover had since been scrapped, thus important evidence was forever loss in the case.

Whether the rape actually took place or not, the judge had already cleared the man, decision have been made. This is no longer the issue. What is more concerning is that this represents a clear lack of professional work on the part of the police. How can you neglect to photograph the very crime scene you are investigating? Whoever was doing the investigations should be taken to task. Even the judge had said that this was unacceptable.

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TWO TEENS CAUGHT FOR IMPERSONATING POLICE OFFICERS, CAN'T WAIT FOR NS TO BE ONE

Police have announced that they have arrested two teens, aged 17 and 18, for impersonating police officers. The two men were alleged to have claimed they are police officers and had also separately engaged in aggressive tactics to seek donations in public.

So daring these two young men. How did they think they can get away with this? Impersonating a police officer and engaging in aggressive donations tactic? Surely someone would have reported them. Worse still if these two young men were put in this situation by a company that required them to solicit the donations.

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ANOTHER MOLEST CASE REPORTED, ARE THERE MORE PERVERTS OUT THERE?

The latest one announced by the police involved a 39 year old man molesting a 14 year old girl at Upper Boon Keng Road. Police have arrested the suspect based on CCTV footage. Investigations are currently ongoing against this man.

Seems like molest cases are being announced by the police more and more now? Are there many deprived, perverted men out there, or are these cases are now reported more often, as victims are now not afraid to speak out. Whatever it is, one case of moles is still one case too many.

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POLICE HAVE ARRESTED THE CRAZY WOMAN WHO HIT STAFF AT OWNDAYS

Police have said that they have arrested the woman who was caught on video making a scene at a shop in Tiong Bahru Plaza. In a widely circulated video, the 45 year old woman was seen yelling and hitting two of the shop staff.

The woman continued to hurl vulgarities at the shop staff, even after passersby and security guard intervened. The shop involve, Owndays have not commented on the incident. The woman was probably out of her mind, who else would start yelling and hurling vulgarities and even hit shop staff, even if you are damn angry.

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WHAT WAS THE MOTIVATION BEHIND THE MAN WHO LEFT LUGGAGE UNATTENDED?

The Police have confirmed that luggage bag contains "only household items". The man surely would have known that he was purposely creating a public nuisance by leaving the bag unattended. What was he trying to prove? If he was testing the standard of readiness of the Singapore Police, then he would have know that they were ready to act in a moment's notice. The fact that they caught him so fast after the the bag was discovered showed how efficient the officers are.

Or was he purposely doing this so he can get a free ticket to IMH? Police investigations are still ongoing, so let's wait for that to be concluded, and we will find out more his reasons for doing this. Well done ot the officers of the Singapore Police, the paramedics from SCDF, and staff of SBS Transit for their quick reactions, and averting any large scale panic.

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