32YO Kelantan Man Gets 3 Years Jail For Exposing 3YO OKU Nephew To Meth And Heroin | TRP

28/6/2022 11:30:00 AM

His nephew had to be hospitalised for a couple of days after doctors found large doses of drugs in his body.

His nephew had to be hospitalised for a couple of days after doctors found large doses of drugs in his body.

He was accused of exposing his three-year-old disabled nephew to methamphetamine and heroin, causing him to be in a critical condition due to drug toxicity.

A 32-year-old trader was sentenced to three years jail term by the Kota Bharu Session Court after he pleaded guilty to exposing his three-year-old nephew to methamphetamine and heroin on 18 June.The accused, Mohd Shahrizuan Alias, pleaded guilty as soon as the charges were read to him before Judge Mohd Zul Zakiqudin Zulkifli.

According to the charge sheet, the accused had exposed the victim, who is also a disabled person (OKU), to methamphetamine and heroin, causing the victim to suffer from drug toxicity.The offence took place at Kampung Sri Jaya, in Kuala Krai, Kelantan at 3pm on 18 June.

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A 32-year-old trader was sentenced to three years jail term by the Kota Bharu Session Court after he pleaded guilty to exposing his three-year-old nephew to methamphetamine and heroin on 18 June. The accused, Mohd Shahrizuan Alias, pleaded guilty as soon as the charges were read to him before Judge Mohd Zul Zakiqudin Zulkifli. Mohd Shahrizuan Alias, 32, also had a three-year good behaviour bond of RM3,000 imposed on him and was ordered to perform 180 hours of community service. According to the charge sheet, the accused had exposed the victim, who is also a disabled person (OKU), to methamphetamine and heroin, causing the victim to suffer from drug toxicity. He was accused of committing the act on the victim, who is his cousin’s son, at the riverside of Kampung Sri Jaya, Mahligai, Kuala Krai near Kota Baru at 3pm on June 18. The offence took place at Kampung Sri Jaya, in Kuala Krai, Kelantan at 3pm on 18 June. He was accused of committing the act on the victim, who is his cousin’s son, at the riverside of Kampung Sri Jaya, Mahligai, Kuala Krai near here at 3pm June 18. The accused was charged under Section 31 (1) (a) of the Children Act 2001 which is punishable under section 31 (1) of the same Act which provides for a fine of not exceeding RM50,000 or a prison sentence not exceeding 20 years or both.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Wan Nurul Hanini Wan Ahmad Shukry prosecuted, while the accused was not represented. Deputy public prosecutor Wan Nurul Hanini Wan Ahmad Shukry urged the court to pass a commensurate sentence as the accused was negligent in the care of the boy, who suffers from Global Development Delay, while Mohd Shahrizuan, who was unrepresented, requested for a lighter sentence as he had to support his family. The incident and the circumstances surrounding it had been widely reported by media outlets. Wan Nurul Hanini urge for an appropriate punishment to be imposed taking into account the crime carried out by the accused. Mohd Shahrizuan however requested for a lighter sentence to be imposed as he had to support his family and have two small children. The boy had been brought to Gua Musang Hospital by his mother in an unconscious state on June 19, following an outing with the accused. The court then ordered a three-year jail sentence from the date of the arrest and for the accused to be placed on a three-year good behaviour bond upon his release. Subsequent investigations revealed that the accused had left the boy in the car that he knew contained drugs. The accused was also ordered to undergo community service for 180 hours. Subsequent investigations revealed that the accused had left the boy in the car that he knew contained drugs.

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