Cops arrest Miri teen who threatened to kill his father


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  • Thursday, 16 Mar 2017

MIRI: Police here have arrested a 15-year-old boy after he allegedly threatened to kill his father during a violent quarrel.

The teenager, a school dropout, was detained by police after his father lodged a report, fearing that his son will hurt him.

Miri police chief Asst Comm Khoo Leng Huat confirmed that a remand order has been obtained against him.

"The boy runs amok everytime there is a quarrel with his family," he said.

ACP Khoo said that during the latest quarrel that happened on Wednesday, he turned violent again. And this time, he threatened to kill his father.

In a separate case, the police here have arrested a 19-year-old boy for allegedly raping a 15-year-old girl during a date.

ACP Khoo said the girl claimed that she went for an outing with the boy but he brought her to an isolated house on his motorbike and allegedly raped her.

She claimed that he had also physically assaulted her.

ACP Khoo said the police arrested the teenager at a commercial centre on Wednesday and have remanded him for allegedly raping a minor.

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