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Duo face  charge of  causing  grievous  hurt 
Published on: Wednesday, January 22, 2020
By: Cynthia D Baga
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KOTA KINABALU: Two men were charged with causing grievous hurt to another individual.

Reezid Kasmin, and Abdul Razif Juani, both, 30, pleaded guilty before Sessions Court Judge Noor Hafizah Mohd Salim to the charge against them on Tuesday.

However, their sentencing was deferred to Feb 24 pending the medical report and DNA report on the alleged victim.

The duo is accused of assaulting one Mohd Bovi Wong, 26, by using a knife and a sword at 11pm on Jan 6 this year in front of the Kedai Mike Café in Tuaran.

They allegedly committed the offence together with an accomplice still at large.

The offence under Section 326/34 of the Penal Code carries a jail term of up to 20 years, and whipping, and liability to a fine, on conviction.

Pending the date, the duo was ordered remanded further as the court did not offer bail to them.

The facts of the case stated that while Wong was having a drink at the café when three men had approached him and armed with the weapons.

Wong had ran to the back of the café but had beaten up with woods by the men later identified as Reezid and Abdul Razif as well as their accomplice.

Reezed and Abdul Razif had also allegedly slashed Wong few times with the weapons until he fell to the ground.

Wong had suffered severe injuries on his right leg, left arm and the back of his neck.

Further investigation revealed that the duo had used knife and sword during the alleged incident. 

In another court, four men were jailed five months each for entering the State illegally.

They were Nani Lita, Baktiar Bakri, Johan Asdar and Majhar Mat, who admitted to entering the State without any document.

Nani and Baktiar were also handed a stroke of the cane each.

The foreigners were arrested on Jan 9 this year at Penampang area after failing to produce their documents to the police during documentation.

After completing their jail sentence, the foreigners were ordered referred to the Immigration Department.



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