Johor police raid entertainment centre for violating SOP

JOHOR BARU: Twenty people including a Singaporean man and two Vietnamese women were issued with a RM5, 000 compound notice each here for violating Covid-19 standard operating procedures (SOP).

Johor Baru South OCPD Asst Comm Mohd Padzli Mohd Zain said the compounds were given out at an entertainment centre in Taman Sentosa at about 5.30pm Wednesday (June 9).

He said 17 compound notices were issued to locals comprising 15 men and two women, all aged from 20 to 50 years old.

"We have issued a compound notice for RM25, 000 to the premises manager.

“The compound notice was also given to three foreigners, namely a Singaporean man and two Vietnamese women, all aged from 24 to 42. The trio was arrested for failing to provide valid travelling documents, ” he said in a statement here on Thursday (June 10).

Meanwhile Johor Baru North OCPD Asst Comm Rupeah Abd Wahid said a 48-year-old Indonesian man was found dead inside a room at Pusat Perdagangan Kempas here.

“The body was found at about 11.30am on June 8 based on a public report inside a rented room.

“Investigation revealed that the man was working as a shop helper and was living alone in the room.

“The post mortem conducted also did not manage to find any signs of crime on the body, ” she said, adding that the body has been claimed by the family.

She added that the case is classified as a sudden death, and investigations are ongoing.

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