Two District Police Chiefs (OCPDs) and an Inspector were brought to the Magistrate Court in Putrajaya Palace of Justice by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) for collecting bribes from the illegal gambling dens and massage centres in Melaka. FILE PIX: HAZROL ZAINAL, 17 APRIL 2017.

PUTRAJAYA – The remand order for nine individuals including two district police chiefs involved in collecting briberies from illegal gambling dens and massage centres around Melaka has been extended for five more days until 27 May.

The order was issued by Magistrate Nik Isfahanie Tasnim Wan Ab Rahman.

The suspects include four police assistant superintendents and two inspectors.

The arrest was based on public information on the police officers imposing briberies for their protection on these illegal centres.

The suspects are investigated under Section 16 (a)(B) and 17(a) of MACC Act 2009 and The Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities 2001 (Act 613). – MalaysiaGazette


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