Three teenagers charged for breaching movement control order

Modified 25 Mar 2020, 2:19 pm

CORONAVIRUS | A 15-year-old driver and two teenage passengers of a car stopped during a roadblock in Taiping, Perak, were brought before the Magistrates Court today for non-adherence to the movement control order.

Sinar Harian reported the trio - including one Lim Chun Hoe, 19 - were charged on non-adherence to the order as they had attempted to travel from Taman Sungai Mas, Taiping, in a car driven by the 15-year-old.

They were detained in the car that was stopped by enforcement officers at a roadblock along Jalan Air Kuning at 3am on March 22...

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