Two cops jailed for taking bribes


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  • Thursday, 05 Sep 2013

Mohd Fauzi Embong covering his face after the Sessions Court in Ipoh found him guilty of bribery charges.

IPOH: Two policemen have been jailed 18 months and fined a total of RM20,000 each for taking bribes.

L/Kpl Mohd Fauzi Embong, 33, and Kpl Zulkiflee Mohamed, 53, from the Manjung police patrolling unit, were convicted of soliciting and accepting bribes from one Arban Shiti as an inducement not to take action against him for a drug-related offence.

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