SINGAPORE: Five males suspected to be drivers concerned in a current episode of late evening dangerous driving along the Central Expressway (CTE) had been arrested on Wednesday (Mar 9) by police in an islandwide operation.
In a broadly circulated video captured by a motorist’s helmet digicam video, a convoy of automobiles was seen hurtling down the CTE throughout the wee hours of Feb 27.
Posted by SG Road Vigilante on its social media platforms, the proprietor of the footage additionally acknowledged within the put up that they’d lodged a police report.
Acting on the video footage, the Traffic Police performed investigations and established the identities of the drivers. They performed a raid on the individuals concerned within the early hours of Wednesday morning, with operations persevering with properly into the day.
During the operation, 9 automobiles had been seized for additional investigations. The males arrested had been aged between 22 and 33.
As half of the raid, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) allowed reporters to look at the towing of the drivers’ automobiles and the arresting of the suspected drivers.
At about 7.30am at a multi-storey automobile park in Punggol, a crimson Subaru Impreza WRX that seemed much like one of the automobiles within the video was towed after officers performed checks.
At one other automobile park in Punggol, a gray Mazda 3 that gave the impression to be a rented personal rent automobile (PHV) was additionally recognized to be half of the dangerous driving occasion. Police mentioned that the motive force of the automobile was helping with investigations.
During the islandwide operation, reporters had been dropped at the Traffic Police Vehicle Pound to view some of the automobiles that had been seized.
Among the automobiles that had been seized, some fascinating options within the seized vehicles had been famous by reporters.
Currently, police investigations are nonetheless ongoing in opposition to the suspected individuals concerned.
“The Traffic Police takes a serious stance against errant motorists who choose to flout traffic laws and endanger the safety of other road users,” mentioned Traffic Police Superintendent of police, Cindy New.
“Enforcement operations will be conducted to take these errant motorists to task for their irresponsible actions. Road safety is a shared responsibility. We urge all motorists to practice good road sense to keep Singapore’s roads safe for everyone.”
Those discovered responsible of dangerous driving may be fined as much as S$5,000, jailed as much as 12 months, or each. In the case of a second or subsequent conviction, motorists may be fined as much as S$10,000, jailed as much as two years, or each.
Source : channelnewsasia.com