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Woman charged with causing hurt to Thai
Published on: Tuesday, March 21, 2023
By: Cynthia D Baga, Jo Ann Mool
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Woman charged with causing hurt to Thai
Nur Rubiana was released on bail of RM4,000 in two local sureties.
Kota Kinabalu: A 27-year-old woman was charged with causing grievous hurt to a Thai woman.Nur Rubiana Azlidin pleaded not guilty before Sessions Court Judge Amir Shah Amir Hassan, to the charge, Monday.

She is accused of causing hurt to Samorn Hasuk, 30, by using a glass at 4am on March 10 on the stage of Club Mix in Penampang Baru.

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

The court set April 17 for pre-trial case management.

Nur Rubiana was released on bail of RM4,000 in two local sureties.

The court advised Nur Rubiana to engage a counsel.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Najihah Farhana Che Awang appeared for the prosecution.

Meanwhile, 13 individuals were penalised by the Magistrate’s Court for committing drug-related offences.

Ten of them pleaded guilty to taking drugs while another three admitted to having syabu.

The 10 were Yalni Yunus, Akbar Mohamad, Binsal Galib, John Hamid, Lee Ken Fat, Harizman Leha, Azmil Makalipai, Abdul Razak, Mohamad Redzuan and Suhud Haris.

They were arrested at separate locations here and in Penampang between Dec 20, 2022 and Jan 22, this year after they tested positive for syabu and amphetamine, respectively.

Yalni was sentenced to 14 months’ jail, Akbar was jailed 10 months, John, Lee, Harizman, Azmil, Abdul, Mohamad, Suhud received nine months’ jail each, while Binsal was handed seven months’  jail.

Taking drugs under Section 15(1) of the Dangerous Drugs Act provides for a fine of up to RM5,000 or up to two years’ jail, on conviction.

Meanwhile, the other three Maisus Josue, Gillboy Tuminbao and Sodilman Sabdulhan pleaded guilty to having syabu.

Maisus was jailed 11 months while Gillboy and Sodilman were handed 10 months each.

The three were charged under Section 12 (2) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952 provides for a fine of up to RM100,000 or up to five years jail or both, on conviction.

Inspectors Suzie @ Stephanie Kupit and Albert Basiri prosecuted before Magistrates Stephanie Sherron Abbie and Jessica Ombou Kakayun.

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