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Filipino gets 48 months for having stolen vehicle
Published on: Friday, April 21, 2017

Kota Kinabalu: A Filipino was sent to prison for 48 months for having a stolen vehicle three months ago.

Saldikun Untung pleaded guilty before Magistrate Stephanie Sherron Abbie to having one Chong Yen Teng's Honda City car at 1.35am on Jan 7 at Taman Bukit Setia in Manggatal.

He had committed an offence under Section 411 of the Penal Code which carries a jail term of up to five years or fine or both on conviction.

The court ordered Saldikun referred to the Immigration Department after serving sentence.

In another case, a local woman was charged with damaging a fire alarm of a shopping complex.

Narti Kilin claimed trial to committing mischief by damaging the component at 7.40am on April 11 at the exit door on the first floor of the Centre Point Sabah Complex.

Abbie set May 8 for case management and released Narti on a bail of RM4,000 in two sureties.

Meanwhile, three people were jailed and fined for having syabu.

Ester Jumara, Munira Salleh and Mohd Fadli Nordin admitted to having syabu weighing 2.2gm, 0.10gm and 0.07gm, each, at the city centre, in Penampang and Sadong Jaya in February.

Ester was handed 20 months' jail, Munira was jailed 14 months while Mohd Fadli was fined RM6,500 or 16 months' jail.

Assistant Superintendent of Police Sabrina Jinius prosecuted. – Jo Ann Mool

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