'Long Tiger' gets 12-month jail for escaping from police custody

'Long Tiger' gets 12-month jail for escaping from police custody

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20/1/2022 4:43:00 PM

'Long Tiger' gets 12-month jail for escaping from police custody

TANGKAK: The Rohingya man known as Long Tiger, who escaped from police custody while waiting to be charged at the Magistrate’s Court here last month, was sentenced to 12-month jail for the offence by the same court on Thursday (Jan 20).

Zaridah also ordered the man to serve the sentence at the Kluang Prison from the day of his arrest on Dec 28.According to the charge sheet, Abdul Hamim was alleged to have intentionally escaped from police custody after being arrested legally for an offence under Section 388 of the Penal Code for extortion.

He escaped through the main gate of the court at 11.55 am on Dec 15 while waiting for his case to begin at the court and was rearrested in Sungai Petani, Kedah, on Dec 28.Johor prosecution director Tengku Amir Zaki Tengku Abdul Rahman and deputy public prosecutor Muhammad Qaiyum Rahman appeared for the prosecution, while the accused was represented by lawyers Datin Freda Josephine Gonzales and Muhammad Hariz Md Yusoff.

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Zaridah also ordered the man to serve the sentence at the Kluang Prison from the day of his arrest on Dec 28. According to the charge sheet, Abdul Hamim was alleged to have intentionally escaped from police custody after being arrested legally for an offence under Section 388 of the Penal Code for extortion. Lelaki berketuranan Rohingya yang berusia 33 tahun itu tiba kira-kira pukul 1. He escaped through the main gate of the court at 11.55 am on Dec 15 while waiting for his case to begin at the court and was rearrested in Sungai Petani, Kedah, on Dec 28. Terdahulu, Timbalan Ketua Polis Negara, Datuk Razarudin Husain dilaporkan berkata, Long Tiger akan dituduh selepas tempoh tahanan reman penjara bermula 5 hingga berakhir 18 Januari ini. Johor prosecution director Tengku Amir Zaki Tengku Abdul Rahman and deputy public prosecutor Muhammad Qaiyum Rahman appeared for the prosecution, while the accused was represented by lawyers Datin Freda Josephine Gonzales and Muhammad Hariz Md Yusoff. Facebook user Teoh Hooi Poh has been posting photos of her hand-painted tiger-themed pineapple tarts on her account.

The court set Feb 14 and 16 for retention of his other cases under Section 388, Section 506 (murder threat) and Section 342 (wrongful confinement) of the Penal Code. Namun, Polis Johor membuat keputusan untuk menunda pertuduhan ke hari ini dan dijangka bermula pukul 2 petang. - Bernama Article type: metered .