CNB says internal probe finds teen who took life after facing drug charges treated ‘professionally, fairly’

CNB says internal probe finds teen who took life after facing drug charges treated ‘professionally, fairly’

22/10/2021 8:41:00 PM

CNB says internal probe finds teen who took life after facing drug charges treated ‘professionally, fairly’

SINGAPORE — A 17-year-old accused of drug trafficking who later committed suicide was “treated professionally and fairly” by anti-narcotics officers, while doctors who checked him on the two occasions that he was in lock-up found no issues of concern, a Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) internal investigation has found.

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JI arrests, 20 years on: ISD releases new details on terrorist group’s plans to attack nearly 80 S’pore targets

SINGAPORE — The Internal Security Department (ISD) has released newly declassified details of terror plans by the Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) organisation against about 80 targets here. These include previously unreleased statements by JI detainees and surveillance footage obtained by the group as it plotted against Singapore.

Many a time, bad parenting resulted in their children going wayward. The parents realised but does not admit and when something goes wrong, they’ll blame others rather than themselves PAPSingapore cnb Internal probe. So no way to b independently verified n confirmed. We hv to take ur word for it lah eh?

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257 people, some as young as 14, face police probe for alleged involvement in scams reaping S$10.9mSINGAPORE — The police are investigating 257 people suspected of involvement in a total of 849 scams of various types which cost the victims more than S$10.9 million.

Aryan Khan: Son of Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan denied bail in drugs case gripping IndiaKhan’s lawyers have challenged lower court’s decision in Bombay High Court

Volleyball coach jailed for drug offences after deliveryman sent meth to wrong flatSINGAPORE: A volleyball coach who was nabbed for drug offences after a deliveryman mistakenly delivered a packet of methamphetamine to the wrong flat was sentenced to two years\u0027 jail on Thursday (Oct 21). Marvin Chew Xuan Han, 37, pleaded guilty to two charges of drug consumption and one count of possessin Eh. What about Josh? Did he get his meth back? Breach of trust between client and service provider. After offender is out of jail time, he can sue