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Motorcyclist dies from severe injuries after crash

BY  James Kon 


A MOTORCYCLIST involved in a recent collision died yesterday morning, as a result of severe head injuries.

Details of the accident were revealed during a press conference held yesterday at the Bandar Seri Begawan Central Police Station, chaired by Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Hamidon bin Haji Ibrahim, the Acting Assistant Officer Commanding Police District (OCPD) in Brunei-Muara.
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Filipino jailed for stealing Rolex watch

BY     Fadley Faisal


THE Magistrate’s Court yesterday sentenced a Filipino to 12 months’ jail after he pleaded guilty to stealing from his employer.

According to DPP Kamaliah Fadhilah binti Haji Ibrahim’s facts of the case, the defendant Kevin Salinguhay Tobias, 29, was working as a driver of a household in Kampong Beribi when he saw a Diamond Gold Rolex watch on a table while he was taking care of his elderly employer in his room sometime in February 2017. He tried to steal the watch but due to the circumstances then could not do so.
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Duo jailed for threatening man, damaging his car

BY  Fadley Faisal  


THE Magistrate’s Court yesterday handed jail and whipping sentences to two local men who, armed with weapons, threatened a man and caused damage to the victim’s car.

Mohd Hafizdzul bin Abdul Rahman, 31, got a year’s imprisonment with three whippings for threatening the victim with a machete, possession of the machete in public and causing damage to the victim’s car.
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Motorists handed fines, demerit points for using mobiles behind wheel

BY Hakim Hayat

FOUR motorists were recently slapped with compound fines of B$200 and 12 demerit points for using mobile phones while driving, the Enforcement Section of the Land Transport Department (JPD) revealed Sunday.

Ramandeep Singh, who was driving a company vehicle, and three other individuals driving their personal vehicles – Abu Bakar Howlader, Delonar Hossain and Precious Jr Nocete Solano – were issued with the fines and demerit points after they were caught committing the offences during a JPD crackdown on illegal mobile phone usage behind the wheel.

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