Khamis, 26 Jun 2008

Pil Khayal - Johor (Johor Baru) JUN

JOHOR BARU: A police officer was charged at the Sessions Court yesterday with soliciting RM15,000 to release a suspected drug dealer.

Inspector Ihsan Abdullah, 43, of Taman Muhibah, Kulai, was alleged to have solicited the money from Chang Siok Fang as inducement to release her boyfriend, Lau Chee Seng, who was detained for a drug offence.

Ihsan pleaded not guilty to committing the offence at the Skudai police station narcotics office about 5pm on March 16, 2005.

Anti-Corruption Agency prosecuting officer Sajori Martubi proposed bail be set at RM8,000.

Defence counsel Sukhaimi Mashud said the accused had been suspended from work since his arrest on April 2, 2005.
"He has been receiving only half pay since then," said Sukhaimi.

Judge Aliman Musri set bail at RM5,000 in one surety and fixed hearing from Aug 11 to 13.

In an unrelated case, Lance Corporal Muhammad Raffi Sarin, 40, claimed trial to agreeing to accept a gratification of RM4,900 from Hang Chiek Siong as inducement for not arresting him for possessing Ecstasy pills.

He was alleged to have committed the offence at No 516 Jalan Kukup, Pontian, about 5pm on April 1.

Muhammad Raffi was then attached to the Narcotics Division of the Pontian police headquarters.

Judge Mohd Fauzi Mohd Nasir set bail at RM3,000 in one surety pending hearing on Dec 2. - Source

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