Kota Kinabalu Police Hand Out 107 Summonses In Five Hour Operation

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Kota Kinabalu Police Hand Out 107 Summonses In Five Hour Operation

City police in the Sabah capital Kota Kinabalu has issued a total of 107 summonses for a number of offences during an operation conducted over the weekend dubbed ‘Op Samseng and mabuk’.

Bernama reports that the primary aim was to nab road users who were operating their vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, among other violations. 

City police chief ACP M.Chandra said in a statement, "Four motorcyclists and a motorist were also detained under Section 60 of the Road Transport Act 1987."

Chandra also said that the operation was conducted over a five hour period, involving an officer and 16 personnel, from 11.30pm on Saturday, June 27 to 4am on Sunday, June 28.  

Over 40 vehicles and motorcycles were inspected in the operation resulting in 42 individuals being screened, including two women. 



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