A driver arrested last Friday (May 6, 2022) for reckless driving on the Sultan Iskander Highway and obstructing a VIP convoy was sentenced by two separate magistrates’ courts to 12 days in jail and a fine of RM10,000, a report said. By They.
The driver, a 36-year-old maintenance worker, was sentenced by default to three months in jail and a fine of RM3,000, seven days in jail and a fine of RM3,000, after convicting a police outrider of obstruction of duty. Young Di-Partua Negeri of Sarawak and his caravan.
Meanwhile, in another court, after being convicted of reckless driving on the same date and place, he was sentenced to five days in jail and a fine of RM7,000, the default five months.
The accused was sentenced to seven days imprisonment from the date of arrest on May 7, 2022 and five days imprisonment from Tuesday (May 10, 2022). His driving license was also suspended for more than five years.
At around 10 pm on the day of the incident, the VIP convoy was heading towards Jalan Tunku Abdul Halim Exit on Sultan Iskander Highway when the accused’s vehicle overtook the convoy in the left lane and hit another vehicle. According to a dashcam video footage, the vehicle was speeding when it crossed the convoy through the emergency lane and ignored the police outrider’s signal to get out of the convoy’s path.