SINGAPORE – He was stopped because he did not have a seat belt but ended when he was attacked by two police officers on Tuesday (January 29th).
About 10.30 pm Traffic police officers who watch the Jurong Town Hall Road stopped a 27-year-old man who did not use the seat belt.
During the inspection, however, the man became uncooperative and was set up to have an extraordinary arrest warrant, she told the police.
When the officers moved to arrest, they became violent and attacked two officers.
The substances that we believe are controlled drugs, drug-related equipment and dust on the joints were also seized from their vehicle.
Photos shared on social media platforms show at least two police cars and five police bikes parked near a black car, believing it to be the vehicle that you drive.
The man can be seen lying on the grass and surrounded by officers.
Any person who has been convicted of voluntary misconduct by an official in the performance of his duties may be imprisoned for up to seven years, punished, punished or combined with three sentences.
The Police and the Central Office for Narcotic Drugs investigate the case.