JPJ officer claims trial over break-in at DG's office


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 21 Sep 2017

PUTRAJAYA: A Road Transport Department (JPJ) officer was charged with breaking into his then director-general's office on July 13.

Syed Abdul Rahman Perman, 35, claimed trial to criminal trespass for allegedly breaking into the office of Datuk Seri Nadzri Siron in Precinct 4, here at around 1am.

He faces up to six months' prison, a RM3,000 fine or a both, if convicted.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Muhammad Izzat Fauzan offered bail at RM5,000 with one surety.

Counsel S. Mogan pleaded for lower bail, saying his client was in the midst of a divorce, and had not been paid for six months since he was suspended.

Magistrate Ainna Sherina Saipulamin fixed bail at RM3,000 with one surety and set Oct 11 for next mention.

It was reported in July that three JPJ enforcement officers from the department’s Special Action Team were detained over the break-in at the former director-general’s office.
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