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Government servant charged with cheating man of RM68,400
Published on: Saturday, February 24, 2024
By: Jo Ann Mool
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Government servant charged with cheating man of RM68,400
The charge is framed under Section 420 of the Penal Code.
Kota Kinabalu: A 34-year-old government servant was charged in the Magistrate’s Court on Friday with two offences, including cheating a man of RM68,400 to get cows and buffaloes for Hari Raya Aidiladha Korban two years ago.

Noredayati Amat Sah, a Veterinary Services Department staff, pleaded not guilty before Magistrate Lovely Natasha Charles to committing the offences in May 2022.

Noredayati was accused of cheating Ahmad Sahide of RM68,400 by telling him she could get cows and buffaloes for Hari Raya Aidiladha Korban for the year 2022 between May 9-13 13 at Taman Kingfisher Sulaman, Manggatal.

The charge is framed under Section 420 of the Penal Code.

She was also charged with misappropriating RM9,600 cash belonging to  Dinie Farid Ibrahim at 3.12pm on May 19.

The offence is framed under Section 403 of the Penal Code.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Batrisyia Mohd Khusri in applying for a case management date proposed bail at RM5,000 for each charge.

Duty counsel Mohd Nazri Zikiri, representing Noredayati, requested a lower bail amount on the grounds that she is married with five children and taking care of her ailing parents.

Nazri also informed the court that the accused was suspended from her job.

Lovely set March 21 and April 2 for mention of the case respectively and released her on a bail of RM2,000 in two sureties each.

Meanwhile, a man pleaded not guilty to keeping a stolen vehicle.

Jumat Badrul was accused of keeping a stolen Isuzu DMax vehicle belonging to a company at 1.20pm on Feb 14 at 1.20pm, at a house in Keningau.

He was charged under Section 411 of the Penal Code.

Inspector Kelvan Elson Maik prosecuting proposed bail at RM5,000.

The court fixed April 2 for case management and allowed the accused bail at RM2,000 in two sureties.

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