fbpx
Connect with us

Social Stories

SG Police Sergeant Charged For Seeking Relationship With Woman In Exchange For Help With Case

Published

Sg Police Sergeant Charged
For illustration purposes | Source: wikimedia & Innerconfidence

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

A 25-year-old police sergeant in Singapore was charged for allegedly seeking a romantic relationship with a woman in exchange for helping her with her case last Thursday (2 September 2021). As reported by Yahoo! News, the police sergeant, Sean Teo was charged under the Computer Misuse Act, Official Secrets Act and Prevention of Corruption Act for his illegal advances.

Teo allegedly misused a Singapore Police Force (SPF) computer system on 2 November 2019 where he accessed data of individuals who were arrested in a police operation via an incident report. Furthermore, on 8 December 2019, Teo allegedly had in his possession a photograph relating to the 2 November police operation and sent the photo to the woman while at a playground along Jurong West Street 61.

10391F7A Dce8 43Fe 8Dc8 1428A521Aed9

For illustration purposes.

Within the same month, Teo also allegedly solicited gratification in the form of a romantic relationship with the same woman in exchange for assisting in her case with the Central Narcotics Bureau. However, the woman rejected Teo’s request.

The Singaporean police sergeant has since been charged for:

  • Accessing data regarding to individuals arrested in the Singapore Police Force system without authority
  • Sending a photo he received from a police operation to the woman he wanted a relationship with
  • Soliciting a relationship with her in exchange for helping her with her Central Narcotics Bureau case.
C48Fa198 Bf10 458D Ab22 Fee1Cf7A9C65

For illustration purposes.

For his alleged offences, Teo may face imprisonment up to five years or/and a RM300,000 fine if convicted of a corruption offence under the Prevention of Corruption Act. Moreover, he also faces imprisonment up to 2 years or/and a RM15,000 fine if convicted of the offence under the Computer Misuse Act. If convicted of an offence under the Official Secrets Act, he can be jailed up to two years and fined up to RM6,000.

 

Also read: Thief In India Swallows Gold Chain, Cops Force Him To Eat Bananas So He Can Excrete It Out

Snatchthiefindiagoldchain

Source: CNA


Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.



Just In

Restaurant 2 Ft Restaurant 2 Ft
News2 hours ago

JUST IN: Restaurants, Convenience Stores & Petrol Stations Allowed To Open Till 12am Starting 23 Sept

In a press statement released today, 22 September, Prime minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced that restaurants grocery stores, mini markets,...

Ft Tengku 1 Ft Tengku 1
News3 hours ago

Man Loses Over RM500k After Being Scammed By ‘Tengku’ Royalty

Ever since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, more people have been taken advantage of through “love scams” in which...

Ft Petrol Ft Petrol
News9 hours ago

Petrol Stations, Convenience Stores And F&B Allowed To Operate Till Midnight

With the recent announcement that more tourist destinations such as Perhentian Island, Genting Highlands and more will be reopening soon,...

80 80
News11 hours ago

80% Of The Adult Population In M’sia Has Been Fully Vaccinated One Week Before Target!

The government previously set a target to achieve herd immunity by October 2021, with 80% of the adult population being...

Nano Nano
News1 day ago

KKM: Nano Mist Spray Should Be Used To Disinfect Surfaces Only, NOT Humans

You might have noticed several posts on social media where people have been recommending nano mist sprays for the purpose...

Gunung Jerai Flash Flood Act Of God Gunung Jerai Flash Flood Act Of God
News1 day ago

Takiyuddin: Natural Disaster In Kedah Is An “Act Of God” & Not Due To Logging

Now that the parliament is up and running again, it seems like everything is back to normal with all the...

Home Quarantine Home Quarantine
News1 day ago

KKM: Fully Vaccinated Individuals Can Quarantine At Home Upon Arrival In Malaysia

Fully vaccinated travellers can now opt to quarantine at home upon arrival in Malaysia, provided they make an application 7-10...

Beach Park Ft Beach Park Ft
News2 days ago

Penang Beach Park Forced To Shut Down After Thousands Of Visitors Were Spotted

A beach park in Penang, Taman Rekreasi Pantai Robina (also known as Robina Eco Park), has been forced to shut...

Announcement

Latest Videos



TRENDING TODAY