Category Archives: Legal Matters

28 men plead guilty to being involved in cockfight

  CHUKAI A total of 28 men including two foreigners pleaded guilty at the Kemaman Sessions Court here today on charges of being involved with a cockfight on Friday (July 3).   Judge Azman Mustapha handed down a fine of

Cradle Fund: Nazrin suspected ex-wife involved in burglary at his house – witness

SHAH ALAM A witness told the High Court here that the late Cradle Fund chief executive officer Nazrin Hassan had suspected his ex-wife was involved in a burglary at his house in 2015.   Nazrin’s former personal driver, Ahmad Edree

Three men nabbed, drugs worth RM2 mln seized

  KUALA LUMPUR Three men have been arrested on suspicion of being involved in drug trafficking and police seized 47 kg of drugs worth RM2 million in several raids around the capital on Friday and Monday.   Kuala Lumpur police

MACC arrests man suspected of soliciting RM112,000 bribe

  KUALA LUMPUR The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has detained a business division head of a private company for allegedly soliciting and receiving a bribe amounting to RM112,000.   According to a MACC source, the 49-year-old man was detained at

Police intensify patrols in mangrove areas to curb migrant smuggling

    KUALA LUMPUR Police have increased patrols and surveillance in mangrove areas across the country to curb the smuggling of illegal immigrants.   Bukit Aman Internal Security and Public Order (KDNKA) director Datuk Seri Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani said

Kelantan police nab three, seize drugs worth almost RM150,000

KOTA BHARU Kelantan police arrested three men for possession of 12,800 yaba pills and 203 grams of syabu worth almost RM150,000, in two separate raids here on Wednesday and Thursday.   Kota Bharu district police chief ACP Abdul Rahim Daud

Cradle Fund Murder Case: Nazrin’s sister disagrees siblings were not close

SHAH ALAM The elder sister of deceased Cradle Fund CEO Nazrin Hassan told the High Court here today she disagreed with the notion that she was not close with her younger sibling.   The 21st prosecution witness in the Nazrin

Ahmad Zahid’s Trial: Over RM1 mln cheques issued to Yayasan Akalbudi trustee

KUALA LUMPUR A witness told the High Court here that a construction company had issued three cheques totalling RM1,011,520 under the name of Messrs Lewis & Co, a trustee of Yayasan Akalbudi belonging to Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

Police to use AMLA to combat migrant smuggling activities

KOTA TINGGI Police will act more aggressively in combating smuggling of migrants into the country by diversifying the scope of the investigation that will include their assets which are believed to have been obtained from such activities.   Johor police

Police cripple three organised crime syndicates

KUALA LUMPUR Three of among the country’s largest organised crime syndicates suspected of being involved in the smuggling of migrants and robberies have been crippled following the arrest of 111 gang members.   Also arrested were the leaders of the