04 Aug '11, 12pm

2 Malaysian women caught for illegal moneylending at casino: By Kimberly Spykerman POLICE have arrested two Mala...

POLICE have arrested two Malaysian women, aged 24 and 49, at the Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) casino for suspected involvement in unlicensed moneylending activities. This took place after officers from the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and the Police Intelligence Department, with assistance from the casino operator, conducted a sting operation on Wednesday at the integrated resort. Preliminary investigations revealed that both suspects had illegally disbursed loans with interest to patrons gambling at the casino. This is the first case of its kind here and if found guilty of operating or assisting in the operation of an unlicensed moneylending business, the women are liable to be punished with fines of not less than $30,000 and up to $300,000 and mandatory imprisonment of up to 4 years. Head of the CID Casino Crime Investigation Branch, police superintendent Micha...

Full article: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Singapore/Story/...

Tweets

2 women held in moneylending sting at casino: I...

straitstimes.com 05 Aug '11, 1am

TWO Malaysian women have been arrested on suspicion of handing out illegal loans to gamblers at Resorts World Sentosa. It ...

Duo charged with unlicensed moneylending at casino - Straits Times Singapore #TEAMFOLLOWBACK

Duo charged with unlicensed moneylending at cas...

straitstimes.com 05 Aug '11, 11am

Two Malaysian women were charged in court on Friday with unlicensed moneylending at Resorts World Sentosa casino. -- ST PH...

Female Entrepreneur in Singapore? Check out @sg...

sgentrepreneurs.com 04 Aug '11, 5am

For the first time in the 25 years of the World Entrepreneur of The Year award , a female entrepreneur has been honoured. ...

Kit Siang – a Malaysian first and last | Mkini

blog.limkitsiang.com 04 Aug '11, 5am

Steve Oh | Aug 3, 11 Malaysiakini I refer to the Malaysiakini report ‘Kit Siang: Five days I was in darkness ‘. If there i...

#Burglar gets 2 years' #jail -- for #stealing $2

#Burglar gets 2 years' #jail -- for #stealing $2

thecourtroom.stomp.com.sg 05 Aug '11, 6am

Burglar gets 2 years' jail -- for stealing $2 05 Aug 2011 SOURCE: The Straits Times A MALAYSIAN burglar – who targeted his...

2 years jail for man who broke in to Sakae Sushi store and stole cash register - with $2 in it

2 years jail for man who broke in to Sakae Sush...

straitstimes.com 04 Aug '11, 5am

A MALAYSIAN was given the minimum two years' jail on Thursday for housebreaking and theft of a cash register containing $2...

Slapped with 2 years' jail for stealing S$2

todayonline.com 04 Aug '11, 4am

SINGAPORE - A cleaner will be spending two years behind bars after breaking into his former workplace to steal a cash regi...

On 1 May the police, after observing the activity, came to the conclusion that there was no illegal assembly and...

On 1 May the police, after observing the activi...

yoursdp.org 04 Aug '11, 2am

Had the law been unambiguous, this would not be an appeal for the convicts' innocence, but an accusation of incompetent po...

10,000 illegal sleeping pills seized

todayonline.com 04 Aug '11, 8am

SINGAPORE - About 10,000 midazolam sleeping pills, meant for the black market, have been seized by the Health Sciences Aut...

Feelgood Quickie: Beauty Sleep, Take 2

feelgoodstyle.com 04 Aug '11, 9am

Feelgood Quickie: Beauty Sleep, Take 2 – Feelgood Style on Secret to Gorgeous Skin? It’s Free, Easy & Feels Great 18 Ways ...

Two years’ jail for burglar who stole $2 | Sing...

sg.news.yahoo.com 05 Aug '11, 8am

24-year-old Malaysian Ansar Anwar is sentenced to two years' jail for housebreaking and theft at a local restaurant. … A 2...

158 police officers arrest 160 women in "vice r...

straitstimes.com 06 Aug '11, 9pm

A vice sweep by the police on Friday night netted 160 women from entertainment outlets located on the outskirts of the Cen...

Engaging With Bersih: An “Illegal” Association?...

loyarburok.com 03 Aug '11, 7am

However, let us assume for the purposes of discussion, that Bersih is indeed an illegal organization. Does it follow that ...

Burglar gets two years' jail for stealing $2

Burglar gets two years' jail for stealing $2

straitstimes.com 05 Aug '11, 1am

A MALAYSIAN burglar - who targeted his former workplace and got away with $2 - was sentenced to two years' jail yesterday....