SINGAPORE POLICE FORCE

POLICE: 74 Y.O. WOMAN WAS NOT RESTRAINED, INVITES FAMILY TO VIEW CCTV FOOTAGE

The Singapore Police Force clarified that it did not restrain Madam Josephine Savarimuthu, 74, during her arrest over a town council related matter at a neighborhood police post. Madam Savarimuthu was only restrained at the hands and legs during her transfer between the police post and Changi Women's Prison as part of standard procedure to prevent persons in custody from harming themselves.

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JOBLESS YOUTH SNAPS AT SG CHURCH CAMP AFTER BEING MOCKED

A jobless Singaporean youth went berserk yesterday after he was mocked by a fellow youth at a local youth church group. According to a reader who witnessed the scene, the youth had been sharing about his difficulties in finding a job. He was mid-way through his sharing when a fellow group member interrupted him and mocked at him, telling him, "Why you don't be humble and just suck it up..."

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RESIDENT STALK CONDO'S CCTV EVERYDAY TO EXPOSE PRC PROSTITUTE LIVING IN HER BLOCK

A PRC prostitute working out of a unit in a condominium was forced to leave and is now facing police investigations, all because of the efforts of a neighbor who wanted to stamp out vice activities in her condominium in Little India. According to Gloria, the PRC prostitute had moved in on 20 February, but she immediately found her activities suspicious.

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NEIGHBOR REPORT WHEELCHAIR UNCLE FOR SELLING CONTRABAND CIGARETTES

This elderly man stays with his family of 3 in a worn down HDB flat in Queenstown. The place seems inconspicuous at first, but it soon becomes apparent that something unusual is going on in the flat. After receiving a tip off from an anonymous neighbor, Chinese daily reporters staked out the home in Queenstown. They arrived in the evening and spotted no less than 7 to 8 young men and women making their way to the door of the flat. Once there, the elderly man, who is wheelchair bound, opens the door and shows them his "goods".

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4 MEN ARRESTED OVER MURDER AT ST JAMES CLUB FACE DEATH PENALTY

4 men, aged 20 to 28, have been arrested by the Singapore Police Force following investigations ino the murder of a 34 year-old man at St James Power Station on Sunday. The first suspect was identified and arrested on the day of the murder. Investigators hen established the identities of the 3 other assailants and arrested them on Monday.

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