Driver of Maserati that dragged police officer gets more jail time, another lifetime driving ban for new car-related offences

Driver of Maserati that dragged police officer gets more jail time, another lifetime driving ban for new car-related offences

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28/1/2022 4:18:00 AM

Driver of Maserati that dragged police officer gets more jail time, another lifetime driving ban for new car-related offences

SINGAPORE - The driver of a Maserati that had dragged a policeman for more than 100m in 2017 continued to drive while he was out on bail pending his appeal last year. He did so even though he had been banned for life from driving. Singaporean Lee Cheng Yan, who had been sentenced to four years and seven months' jail,...

Singaporean Lee Cheng Yan, who had been sentenced to four years and seven months' jail, given a lifetime driving ban and fined $3,700 in 2020, unlawfully went behind the wheel multiple times early last year.The recalcitrant offender, who is currently serving his earlier jail term, pleaded guilty on Thursday (Jan 27) to 15 charges for offences including dangerous driving and graft.

On Nov 17, 2017, Staff Sergeant Khairulanwar Abd Kahar, then 26, stopped Lee, who was in a white Maserati, for driving without a seat belt. The police officer then approached the car to speak to Lee.In December 2019, District Judge Ng Peng Hong convicted Lee of multiple charges, including failing to stop after the accident and obstruction of justice.

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How does the ban for “another live time” works? Surely the first single lifetime ban should suffice and the second lifetime ban should be converted to longer jail term or heftier fine?

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Lee Cheng Yan, who was given a lifetime driving ban among others, unlawfully went behind the wheel multiple times early last year.27 January 2022, 12:50 pm · 5-min read Maserati driver Lee Cheng Yan arriving at State Courts on 24 November 2017.A driver has given cyclists more reasons to cycle in twos for safety, after knocking down a cyclist who was following the applicable road rules.Thank you for your feedback.

The Straits Times file SINGAPORE - The driver of a Maserati that had dragged a policeman for more than 100m in 2017 continued to drive while he was out on bail pending his appeal last year. He did so even though he had been banned for life from driving. Lee Cheng Yan had driven into and fled a police roadblock after failing a breathalyser test. Singaporean Lee Cheng Yan, who had been sentenced to four years and seven months' jail, given a lifetime driving ban and fined $3,700 in 2020, unlawfully went behind the wheel multiple times early last year. According to the post's caption, and timestamps on the video, this took place on the morning of Jan. He was driving a car on March 12 last year when he was stopped and made to take a breathalyser test. Lee was originally sentenced to four year and seven months’ jail , a fine of $3,700 and a lifetime driving ban on 28 July 2020. He failed it and sped off. 12 hours ago Team Secret CEO John Yao on the org's strategy for Southeast Asia Team Secret are one of the largest esports organisations in the world, with an international fanbase that stretches across continents.

Two policemen chased him on their motorcycles. At the time, Lee had blamed his offences on a phantom driver by the name of “Kelvin” , who was never produced in court. The cyclists were keeping to the left edge of the road, as is required of them by law. Lee later abandoned the vehicle, but officers caught him three days later after an extensive manhunt. The recalcitrant offender, who is currently serving his earlier jail term, pleaded guilty on Thursday (Jan 27) to 15 charges for offences including dangerous driving and graft. He reoffended while awaiting his appeal. He was sentenced to one year, nine months and 16 weeks' jail. Driver was signalling left, but had come up from behind The driver had signalled their intentions to turn left, for about eight seconds before making the turn. He was also ordered to pay a $1,000 penalty over his graft charges. He was also given a second lifetime ban from driving.it/YahooEsportsSEA and check out Yahoo Esports Southeast Asia’s Facebook page and Twitter, as well as our Gaming channel on YouTube.

Lee, now 38, will start serving his latest sentence after completing his earlier one. On Nov 17, 2017, Staff Sergeant Khairulanwar Abd Kahar, then 26, stopped Lee, who was in a white Maserati, for driving without a seat belt. Lee, who appeared in court via videolink, looked noticeably thinner than his previous hearings. The video footage shows that the driver approached the cyclists from behind, after passing through a junction while the cyclists were still some distance away. The police officer then approached the car to speak to Lee. But Lee, who was under a driving ban at the time, fled the scene in his car. Despite that, he drove a BMW car rented by his friend. Staff Sgt Khairulanwar was dragged along Bedok Reservoir Road when his uniform got caught in the driver-side door of the car. However, the other driver stayed behind the cyclists and waited for them to pass before turning.

When he fell onto the road, Lee sped off without rendering help. On 1 March 2021, he was again filmed around the same area parking his car and alighting from the driver’s seat. In December 2019, District Judge Ng Peng Hong convicted Lee of multiple charges, including failing to stop after the accident and obstruction of justice. Lee was sentenced in July 2020 to four years and seven months' jail with a lifetime driving ban and a fine of $3,700. He dropped her off at her home around midnight before meeting a woman identified as Joy for drinks at the Lavender area. You can see the post. Lee, who decided to appeal against this conviction and sentence, was released on bail that year. One of his friends later rented a BMW car, which Lee drove despite the driving ban. As he was driving along MacPherson Road towards the direction of Airport Road with Joy around 3.

At around 4am on March 12 last year, Lee was unlawfully driving the car along Macpherson Road when Staff Sergeant Muhammad Masri Mohd Yusof stopped him at a roadblock. Lee was given a breathalyser test, which he failed. The officer conducted a routine breathalyser test on Lee, which he failed. Deputy Public Prosecutors Timotheus Koh, Magdalene Huang and Senthilkumaran Sabapathy stated in court documents: "Staff Sgt Masri hence signalled for the barricade of the roadblock to be closed and requested for the accused's personal details. "The accused failed to comply with Staff Sgt Masri's instructions. Instead of giving his details, Lee suddenly drove off. Instead, he suddenly drove off and manoeuvred the car through the barricade and sped off from the roadblock.

" Two other police officers on motorcycles chased after Lee, who drove at around 140kmh and beat red light signals in his bid to get away. While fleeing, Lee drove at 140 kmh on a road which had a speed limit of 50kmh. [[nid:530883]] On Thursday, the DPPs told District Judge Kamala Ponnampalam: "The pursuit lasted for about 2.4km before the pursuing officers lost sight of the car after it made an abrupt left turn into Tai Seng Avenue. The pursuit lasted for some 2. The accused then abandoned the car at the Tai Seng Industrial Estate carpark and fled from the scene, as captured by CCTV footage." Lee was caught on March 15 last year. Lee abandoned the BMW at Tai Seng Industrial Estate carpark and CCTV captured him fleeing the scene.

The High Court dismissed his appeal against his earlier conviction and sentence two months later. Lee also committed graft in an unrelated incident. Apart from his traffic offences, Lee admitted to handing over the contacts of debtors to a consultant who worked at a Singtel shop by the name of Kelvin Foo. The court heard that a man identified as Philbert Lim Zong Xian, 34, whom Lee knew, had needed the addresses of various people as he wanted to recover monies they purportedly owed. The prosecutors said: "Some time in 2017, the accused told Lim that he had contacts who could find out the addresses of phone line subscribers using their phone numbers, and said that he could help Lim retrieve such information for a fee of $350 per number. Lee handed over the contacts at the behest of a Philbert Lim, who wanted the addresses of these subscribers in order to recover debts." According to court documents, Lim gave three phone numbers to Lee and handed him $1,000.

Lee later gave one of the phone numbers to his contact, Kelvin Foo Cheek Ann, who was then working at a Singtel shop. Foo accessed the computer system with the subscribers’ details and passed them to Lee. Foo used his access rights to the company's system to retrieve the subscriber's address. He handed the information to Lee, who then passed it on to Lim. Lee was also dealt with for , as he acted as an agent and punter for football betting and online lottery between August 2015 and September 2017. Lim's case is pending, while Foo, then 32, was sentenced to 18 weeks' jail in January last year. This article was first published in . On 11 July 2017, Lee threatened a person who owed him money from online football betting.

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