Two cops to be remanded for allegedly raping college student


  • Nation
  • Monday, 02 Feb 2015

PETALING JAYA: Two cops are expected to be hauled to the PJ magistrate's court Monday for allegedly raping and blackmailing a 19-year-old college student, police have confirmed.

The teen lodged a report on Saturday, claiming that the two officers had caught her and her boyfriend having sex in a car in Kota Damansara on Jan 26, and proceeded to take advantage of her.

Petaling Jaya OCPD Asst Comm Azmi Abu Kassim said the victim claimed that one officer took her into the police vehicle, while another officer drove her boyfriend to the station in his car.

“The victim claimed that while in the police car, the officer had asked her to give him RM2,000 to let her go.

“The victim agreed and the officer dropped her and her boyfriend by the roadside. She said the officers then took down her contact details,” ACP Azmi said.

The student claimed that on the same day, she received a call from the officer who allegedly demanded payment of the bribe.

ACP Azmi said the girl alleged that the officer drove her to a nearby mall, after picking her up from her hostel, and forced her to perform oral sex on him in his car.

“She said he later took her to a toilet in the mall and raped her. He said if she didn’t do as he asked, he would arrest her,” ACP Azmi said.

According to the victim’s report, the officer didn’t stop there. The girl claimed the man has been calling her up the past week to demand sex again.

“Upon receiving the report, we arrested the two officers on Sunday.

“We will get a remand order for the two men and investigate the victim’s claims thoroughly,” he said.

ACP Azmi promised swift and stern action if the  allegations are proven to be true.
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