This must send shivers down the spines of many parents who are thrown into a state of anxiety, when their teenage children say they are going to a friendâ€™s house to revise. Maybe her lover was teaching Datin how to drive, and they had just completed the bit on how to park the car.
You want Datukship, you must give me a share of your business profits. ) So, if Datuk is cash-strapped, does this mean Datin is not given sufficient housekeeping money from which she can spend on a hotel booking? Rozita, who uses the honorific “Datin”, is alleged to have used a kitchen knife, a clothes hanger, a steel mop and also an umbrella in assaulting and abusing the teenage Indonesian maid, Suyanti Sutrinso.Suyanti, 19 had sustained multiple injuries to her hands, legs and even internal organs during the assault, which has been classified as attempted murder by the prosecution.The alleged offence was committed between 7am and 12pm on Dec 21 at a house in Mutiara Damansara, according to the news portal.The 43-year-old Rozita, who appeared in court dressed in a black dress, black hijab and sunglasses, was charged under Section 307 of the Penal Code for attempted murder.He said forensics investigations showed the gun used to kill Wong was believed to be used in shooting cases in Perak, Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.
Police had in separate raids in Kuala Lumpur and Perak on Tuesday arrested eight people, including two women. yesterday reported Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Noor Rashid Ibrahim saying officers from Kuala Lumpur’s criminal investigation department and the Special Task Force on Organised Crime made the arrests.“We have just made the arrest, give us some time to tie up the loose ends,” he said.The suspects are being held at the Brickfields police headquarters lockup.“The gun believed to be the murder weapon was seized from one of the suspects caught in Perak.It has been sent to the Forensic Department for a ballistics test,” he told reporters at Bukit Aman. City police chief Datuk Amar Singh said a press conference would be held today.She was represented by Rosal Azimin Ahmad, who asked for bail of RM5,000 for his client, whom he said has asthma and is currently unemployed.