Marine police arrest Vietnamese fishermen in Johor waters, RM1.6m worth of equipment seized | Malay Mail

17/5/2022 6:15:00 AM

Marine police arrest Vietnamese fishermen in Johor waters, RM1.6m worth of equipment seized

Marine Police, Vietnamese Fishermen

Marine police arrest Vietnamese fishermen in Johor waters, RM1.6m worth of equipment seized

MERSING, May 17 ― The Region Two Marine Police Force arrested a group of Vietnamese fishermen and seized a trawler, fishing equipment and catch worth a total of RM1.6 million after they were found illegally fishing in Johor’s eastern waters. The suspects were earlier detained at 8.3 nautical...

Tuesday, 17 May 2022 11:09 AM MYTBY BEN TANMERSING, May 17 ― The Region Two Marine Police Force arrested a group of Vietnamese fishermen and seized a trawler, fishing equipment and catch worth a total of RM1.6 million after they were found illegally fishing in Johor’s eastern waters.

The suspects were earlier detained at 8.3 nautical miles from Pulau Pemanggil near the waters off Mersing yesterday.Region Two Marine Police Force commander Assistant Commissioner Muhd Zailani Abdullah said the suspects consisted of a skipper and three crew members aged between 24 and 40-years-old.

Read more: Malay Mail »

How EVO 2022’s Banger Of A Soundtrack Almost Missed The Show

Mega Ran, Casey Williams, and Zaid Tabani dish on the challenges of creating EVO 2022’s official soundtrack Read more >>

Everton helping police identify fans accused of abusing Brentford duo’s families | Malay MailLIVERPOOL, May 16 — Everton are helping police identify fans accused of racially abusing the families of Brentford striker Ivan Toney and defender Rico Henry during Sunday’s Premier League game at Goodison Park. Henry, who scored the winner as Brentford edged past nine-man Everton 3-2,...

Police clarify procedure after man’s post over being detained in Johor goes viral | Malay MailJOHOR BARU, May 15 — A police officer can stop and detain any suspected person for inspection as stated under Section 24(1)(a) of the Police Act 1967, Johor Baru Utara district police chief ACP Rupiah Abd Wahid said. “In addition, under Section 7(1) of the National Registration Act 1959, any... Thank you for citing the section PDRM. Wondering 🤔 don’t the police have to have a reason for detaining someone? Just taking someone arbitrarily to the police station sounds … 🤔

Perak police: Two women climbers missing in water surge incident on Gunung Suku | Malay MailIPOH, May 15 — Two women were reported missing in a water surge incident while climbing Gunung Suku on Jalan Simpang Pulai-Cameron Highlands here early this morning. The victims were identified as See Su Yen, 32, and Ng Yee Chew, 46. Perak police chief Datuk Mior Faridalathrash Wahid said they...

Fisherman feared drowned after falling into sea in Terengganu | Malay MailKUALA TERENGGANU, May 16 — A fisherman is feared to have drowned after falling into the sea in Chendering waters, here, this morning. In the 5.30am incident, the victim, T Razali Wok, 74, from Kampung Raja, Chendering, was believed to have fallen into the sea while returning from a squid-jigging...

Indian badminton heroics knock even cricket off front pages | Malay MailNEW DELHI, May 16 — India’s historic first Thomas Cup crown was splashed across front pages today with some people saying it can be a turning point for badminton much like the country’s maiden cricket World Cup title in 1983. Coming in as underdogs against 14-time champions Indonesia, a... Semangat juang yg tinggi....mmg terhibur nengok cara permainan pasukan ni👍🏻👍🏻💪

Russia calls Finland, Sweden joining Nato a mistake with ‘far-reaching consequences’ | Malay MailMOSCOW, May 16 — Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov on Monday said Finland and Sweden should have no illusions that Moscow will simply put up with their joining the Nato military alliance, calling it a mistake that would have far-reaching consequences. The move from two...

Marine police arrest Vietnamese fishermen in Johor waters, RM1.Telegram channel for the latest updates.Telegram channel for the latest updates.Telegram channel for the latest updates.

6m worth of equipment seized Tuesday, 17 May 2022 11:09 AM MYT BY BEN TAN MERSING, May 17 ― The Region Two Marine Police Force arrested a group of Vietnamese fishermen and seized a trawler, fishing equipment and catch worth a total of RM1.6 million after they were found illegally fishing in Johor’s eastern waters. Henry, who scored the winner as Brentford edged past nine-man Everton 3-2, tweeted that his mother was targeted by some home supporters in the stands. The suspects were earlier detained at 8. She was providing clarification after a video recording of a man expressing his unhappiness at the being inspected by the police went viral.3 nautical miles from Pulau Pemanggil near the waters off Mersing yesterday. “But to see my mum upset after being racially abused by a few Everton fans brought fire to my stomach. Region Two Marine Police Force commander Assistant Commissioner Muhd Zailani Abdullah said the suspects consisted of a skipper and three crew members aged between 24 and 40-years-old. “During the incident at about 5am, a group of 29 mountain climbers heard the sound of raging water and landslides on the mountain and decided to turn back.

He said an inspection on board the trawler found that the Vietnamese fishermen did not have any valid documents and fishing permits. Brentford said they were aware of the incidents and a report had been made to the police. She said the individual was taken to the police station for further inspection and was freed soon after the inspection was completed. “The marine police team also confiscated equipment used for squid fishing and also their catch that was loaded into several barrels. “The value of the seizure is estimated to be about RM1. “We will offer our support to Rico’s and Ivan’s families and will fully cooperate with the investigation and any subsequent legal proceedings,” Brentford said.6 million," said Muhd Zailani in a statement. Muhd Zailani said the arrests and seized items were taken to the Region Two Marine Police Force tactical base in Mersing for further action. — Reuters You May Also Like. — Bernama You May Also Like.

He said police will investigate the case under the Fisheries Act 1985, Immigration Act 1959/63 and the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998. Johor’s open coast is known to have vast, porous borders with unfettered access to the sea and has been used by foreigners to partake in illegal activities. You May Also Like .