Uniformed personnel faces charges for aggression


BRUNEI, July 29 (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): A uniformed personnel yesterday denied charges in the Magistrate’s Court involving his aggressive acts.

Zamri Jaman, 43, allegedly committed mischief by releasing a car tyre’s air at a house’s garage in Kampong Kandang, Tutong District between 8pm to 9pm on September 1, 2020.

He purportedly threatened his teenage son by sending a voice message on WhatsApp saying that he was going to break the door to the Tutong house at 8.43pm.

The third charge was threatening to injure a 43-year-old woman’s reputation by disclosing details of her private life to her superiors at her workplace on July 24, the court heard.

Senior Magistrate Ervy Sufitriana Abdul Rahman adjourned the case to Aug 11 for trial dates to be fixed.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Raihan Nabilah Ahmad Ghazali represented the public prosecutor in the case.

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