Fugitive ex-lawyer arrested on return to S'pore after 15 years with help from Chinese authorities

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After David Khong left Singapore in August 2007, allegations emerged that he had misappropriated $88,000 belonging to his client. A warrant of arrest and an Interpol Red Notice were subsequently issued.

The Straits TimesA former lawyer who was on the run for 15 years has been arrested and charged with one count of criminal breach of trust.

Police said in a statement on Saturday that shortly after Khong left Singapore in August 2007, allegations emerged that he had misappropriated $88,000 belonging to his client. When the lawyer received the cheque in June 2007, he placed it in the office account of David Khong & Associates.

Source: Law Daily Report (lawdailyreport.net)

 

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