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AMPANG – An elderly woman was found dead in her home at Taman Dato Ahmad Razali here.

She was believed to have been robbed and murdered.

Saleha Sheikh Mohamed, 65, was found dead in her second floor home at the Taman Dato Razali flats here at about 6pm on Monday.

According to her daughter-in-law who only wanted to be known as Norizan, a tenant who was living in another room in the house found the victim.

Norizan said that the tenant, a student in his 20s, found the victim lying in front of the bathroom when he returned home.

She added that her mother-in-law lived alone with the tenant and her father-in-law lived in Port Dickson.

It is learnt that the victim was found with her gold necklace and earrings missing,

It is believed that the victim was found with injuries on her ears, indicating that her earrings were snatched off the ears.

It is learnt that a cupboard in her room was also broken into.

Ampang Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Hamzah Alias said that police were alerted of the incident at 7.18pm by ambulance personnel from Ampang Hospital.

He said that the house was locked there were no signs of forced entry into the home.

ACP Hamzah said that there were no serious external injuries on the victim.

He added that the case was being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder while the body of the victim was sent to Ampang Hospital for post-mortem. – The Star Online

GEORGE TOWN – A 56-year-old man has been remanded for five days to assist in the investigation of an attempted murder of a Hindu temple priest.

He was the seventh suspect nabbed for alleged involvement in a shooting outside the temple priest’s house in Air Itam on April 21.

George Town OCPD Senior Asst Comm Mior Faridalathrash Wahid said the man was picked up around 7pm on Wednesday from a house in Air Itam.

The man was brought to a magistrate’s court at noon yesterday and Assistant Registrar Muna Maria Azmi granted the five-day remand.

His lawyer Dr N. Ahilan said the police requested for a seven-day remand but he objected. “We then settled for five days,” he said.

The man is being investigated under Section 307 of the Penal Code for attempted murder, which carries a jail term of up to 20 years upon conviction.

It was reported that the 50-year-old Hindu priest survived a close-range shooting outside his house in Jalan Satu when he was watering the plants.

He claimed a man on a motorcycle rode by and started shooting. He ducked and ran inside the house for cover.

Police picked up six suspects, aged between 14 and 55, for questioning soon after the shooting. – The Star Online

SIBU – The police have detained 12 men linked to the murder of a businessman early Thursday in Jalan Wong King Huo here.

Sarawak Police Commissioner Datuk Mazlan Mansor said the suspects included two people who were previously remanded for five days in connection with the killing of businessman Clement Tan Teck Howe, 29.

He said the suspects were in their 20s and the police were trying to track down several individuals who were still at large.

In the incident, Tan who was having a drink with his friends about 1am at a coffeeshop in Jalan Wong King Huo was confronted by two men before a quarrel ensued.

This eventually led to a brawl which saw the victim beaten up until he lost consciousness and was sent to the hospital before he died at 5.22am.


JEMPOL – An elderly woman, believed to have been a victim of robbery, was found slashed to death at her house in Kampung Baru Rompin here yesterday.

Joriah Ahmad, 65, who sustained a slash wound in the neck was sprawled in a pool of blood at the living room when two siblings who were the victim’s neighbours entered the main door which was ajar to return an umbrella they had borrowed.

Jempol police chief, Supt Noorzainy Mohd Noor said following the gruesome discovery about 5pm, the police detained a 37-year-old man, believed to be Joriah’s relative to facilitate investigations into the murder.

He said the man was picked up about three hours after the killing of the woman who had lived alone at the house.

“The siblings alerted the neighbours over the killing and the police were alerted,” he said when contacted by Bernama today.

Noorzainy said initial investigations revealed the woman sustained a 16cm long slash wound on the neck, adding that a television set and jewellery belonging to the victim were missing.


Further Remand For Hawker In Single Mother Murder Case

IPOH – A 34-year-old hawker at the general market here has been remanded for another seven days in connection with the murder last Monday of a single mother.

Police today obtained the extension order effective tomorrow through Magistrate’s Court assistant registrar N.Mageswari.

The suspect was detained around 12noon on March 13 after the body of the woman aged 53, who had apparently been stabbed was found in a bedroom on the upper floor of a house at Taman Dato Lew Yap Sip, Ampang here.

Investigations revealed forced entry through the front door and bedroom door, while the curtain and chair in the room were also partly burnt.

The case is being investigated under Section 302 of the Penal Code. – BERNAMA

A court in the Indonesian holiday island of Bali jailed a British man for six years on Monday (13/3) for his role in the murder of a traffic policeman.

David Taylor, 33, and his Australian girlfriend Sara Connor, 45, were arrested in August last year after the body of police official Wayan Sudarsa was found on the popular Kuta beach, with wounds to his head and neck.

Taylor and Connor were involved in an altercation with Sudarsa whom they suspected of stealing Connor’s purse.

“The defendant has been proven to have violated the law and is sentenced to six years in prison,” presiding judge Yanto, who goes by one name, told the courtroom.

Taylor, dressed in a white shirt and black pants, nodded as a legal aide translated. He had denied killing the policeman.

Prosecutors had called for an eight-year sentence.

Connor is expected to be sentenced later in the day. – JG

GEORGE TOWN – A housewife was charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today with the murder of her maid.

Chan Lay Lee,42, nodded to indicate she understood the charge when it was read out to her in Mandarin. No plea was recorded from her.

She allegedly killed Jubedah, 38, an Indonesian at a house in Lebuhraya Jelutong here, between 11am and 4.45pm on Feb 25 this year.

If convicted, she faces the mandatory death sentence under Section 302 of the Penal Code.

Magistrate Mohamad Amin Shahul Hamid set May 11 for remention. Deputy public prosecutor Nurul Fatin Hussin appeared for the prosecution.

Chan was also charged in the Sessions Court with causing grievous hurt to Anad, 22, a Cambodian woman, with an iron rod at the same place at 11am between July 2016 and Feb 28, this year.

She claimed trial to the charge under Section 326 of the Penal Code, which carries 20 years imprisonment and a fine or whipping, on conviction.

Deputy public prosecutor Nurul Huda Idris did not propose bail.

Judge Irwan Suainbon did not grant bail on security factors and set May 11 for mention pending the victim’s medical report.

The accused was represented by counsel A.Rubern. – BERNAMA

PETALING JAYA: The North Korean suspect arrested in connection with the murder of Kim Jong-nam will be deported on Friday.

Attorney-General Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali (pic) confirmed that Ri Jong-chol, who was detained on Feb 18, would be released from police custody after his second remand expires, and deported.

“He will not be charged here as there is insufficient evidence against him,” Apandi told The Star Online when contacted Thursday.

He also said that Ri, who was detained at his condominium in Jalan Kuchai Lama, would need to deported as he does not possess valid documents.

Ri, described as an expert in chemistry, was supposedly working at the IT department of Tombo Enterprise Sdn Bhd, a company producing anti-cancer supplements in Cheras.

He graduated in the science and medicine field from a university in North Korea in 2000. Some 10 years later he worked for a research centre in Kolkata, India, until 2011.

Ri allegedly drove one of four North Korean men who are believed to be the masterminds behind Jong-nam’s murder.

The four – Ri Ji-hyon, 33, Hong Song-hac, 34, O Jong-gil, 55 and Ri Jae-nam – are still being hunted by police for reportedly orchestrating the attack on Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

However, the four men are believed to have fled Malaysia and returned to Pyongyang soon after the murder at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) departure hall on Feb 13.

The two women who allegedly administered the deadly VX nerve agent that killed Jong-nam, Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong and Indonesian Siti Aisyah, were charged with murder at the Sepang magistrate’s court on Wednesday.


KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysia said on Saturday it would issue an arrest warrant for a North Korean diplomat wanted for questioning over the murder of Kim Jong-nam if he doesn’t voluntarily cooperate with the police.

“Reasonable” time will be given for the diplomat to come forward before police take further action, said Selangor police chief Datuk Seri Abdul Samah Mat (pic).

On Wednesday, Malaysia said 44-year-old Hyon Kwang Song, a second secretary at the North Korean embassy here, was wanted for questioning over the death of the estranged half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

He said if the person concerned did not cooperate the police would issue a notice under Malaysian law, “compelling” them to appear before the investigation team.

“And if he failed to turn up upon given this notice, then we will go to the next step by getting a warrant of arrest from the court,” he told reporters.

Eight North Koreans are wanted in connection with the case, including the diplomat. One has been detained by the Malaysian police, four are believed to have fled to North Korea, while two others are still in Malaysia.

Jong-nam was murdered on Feb 13 at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 by VX nerve agent, classified by the United Nations as a weapon of mass destruction, Malaysian police said on Friday.

Two women – one Indonesian and one Vietnamese – have also been detained. Police had said on Friday that one of them had suffered from the effects of VX and had been vomiting.

Samah also confirmed that authorities raided an apartment in an upscale Kuala Lumpur suburb on Wednesday in connection with the killing.

Investigators were still looking for any traces of chemicals in the apartment, he added. – Reuters

KUALA LUMPUR: There was no police team sent to Macau to collect DNA samples from the family of Kim Jong-nam, said Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar (pic).

Refuting reports which appeared in certain dailies, the Inspector-General of Police said no such team had been sent.

“We have not sent any team to retrieve any DNA samples.

“We have not received any samples as well,” he told the media at the Kuala Lumpur police Chinese New Year open house here on Thursday.

A North Korean diplomat and a staff member of the North Korean national airline are being sought by the police in the widening probe of Jong-nam’s assassination.

According to Khalid, investigations are ongoing and police are waiting to interview North Korean Embassy Second Secretary Hyon Kwang Song, 44, and Air Koryo employee Kim Uk Il, 37.

Jong-nam, 45, the estranged half-brother of North Korea supreme leader Kim Jong-un, was assassinated on Feb 13 at the KLIA2 by two women who poisoned him.

Four people have so far been arrested in relation to the case.

They are Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong, 28; Indonesian Siti Aisyah, 25; North Korean Ri Jong-chol, 47, and Siti Aisyah’s boyfriend, Malaysian Muhammad Farid Jalaluddin.

The remand for Doan and Siti Aisyah was extended for a further seven days while the boyfriend would be released on police bail.

Four North Koreans who were also involved in the murder have returned to Pyongyang.

Malaysian police had requested the North Korean government to hand them over.
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