Tag Archives: traffic police

THOMAS CHUA ACCUSED AGAIN FOR THREATENING TO KILL HIS EX-GF’S LOVER

Thomas Chua Poh Heng, who made insensitive comments about a traffic police and was later arrested for shoplifting, may have even threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend's separated husband. Around 2 and a half years ago, he was living with his then-girlfriend who was already separated from her husband. He got into arguments with him and repeatedly threatened him with emails that accused him of taking drugs or saying that he will hire someone to kill him. Chua had threatened the man for nearly a year. On top of that, Chua had multiple counts of reckless driving and speeding.

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NETIZEN COMPLAINS TRAFFIC POLICE ROADBLOCK INCONVENIENCE RESIDENTS

Last night at midnight, there was a road block by the Traffic Police on Lorong 101 Changi. This happens regularly. However, the road block usually occurs just before the right turn onto Langsat Road. This ensures that residents staying on Langsat Road, Everitt Road, Lorong 102 - 108 Changi are able to turn right onto Langsat Road to get home after being checked by the Traffic Police.

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MALAYSIAN JAILED FOR TRYING TO BRIBE TP $30

A Malaysian man working in Singapore has been reported to have been sentenced to four weeks jail for trying to bribe a Traffic Police officer. The man, Sang Jia Weng who was 30, offered the traffic Police officer a $30 bribe for him not to issue a traffic summons. Sang was caught without his helmet strap secured while riding his motorcycle, while travelling along the BKE. The construction worker tried to plead for leniency, saying that he earns only S$80 a day and had not received any salary for several days. He also offered S$30 in "coffee money" to the Traffic Police officer, in return for not issuing a traffic summons. When the TP officer turned him down, he proceeded to stuff three $10 notes into the officer's pocket. Sang was immediately arrested.

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SCAMMERS IMPERSONATING TRAFFIC POLICE ASKING FOR PAYMENT OF PARKING FINES

Police have been alerted about more scams impersonating police officers to the public. This time around, fake emails from scammers impersonating the Traffic Police have been doing their rounds. In a press release, the police indicated that the email would typically claim that the recipient needed to pay a parking fine and appear in court. It would also provide a link to a website and a phone number to call to pay the "fine" via credit card. Police have today clarified that no government agency will ask for payment through a telephone call, especially to a third party's bank account. The email address, website and phone number does not belong to the Singapore Police Force.

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JOHOR TO TRACK DOWN ALL SG DRIVERS WHO DID NOT PAY THEIR ROAD FINES

For all Singaporean drivers who think they can get away without paying any traffic fines in Malaysia, think again. The Johor Police Chief, Dzulkhairi Mukhtar said the Johor police are actively pursuing Singaporean motorists with outstanding traffic summonses. Those who are located will be made to pay the summonses on the spot. To make things even easier for the Singaporean drivers to pay their fines, Johor traffic police will also be equipped with wireless credit card readers in order to facilitate electronic payments. So there is no way for you to run away without paying for your fines. However, it is not known how the Malaysian police keeps the records of these fines and summonses, of which there are 134,227 unpaid summonses so far. The most logical way would be via the car's licence plate numbers.

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DRIVER SPEEDS AGAINST TRAFFIC ON MAJOR ROAD TO SHORTCUT INTO PETROL KIOSK

The driver of a black vehicle SJA 344J was caught making a dangerous dash against traffic along a 3 lane major road at Punggol one night while attempting to take a shortcut into an SPC petrol station. According to the reader, a group of drivers were sitting around at night when they noticed a black vehicle speeding against traffic and turning recklessly into the SPC station.

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