Man attempts to use stun gun on police officers

Man attempts to use stun gun on police officers
A 669 Type stun gun. Stun guns like this type are available at night markets and electronics shops in Penang and can be bought for as little as RM40(S$13). Nearly all stun guns come with an LED light to provide a flashlight function, with some looking exactly like torches.
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SINGAPORE - A 24-year-old man was arrested after he attempted to use a stun gun on police officers.

The suspect, along with another 21-year-old man, were spotted behaving suspiciously at a carpark on Jan 10, the police said in a Facebook update.

Believing that they were attempting to steal from a car, police officers approached the suspects, who then turned aggressive.

"Preliminary investigations also revealed that the suspects are believed to be involved in other criminal cases,' the police wrote on their Facebook page.

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TWO MEN ARRESTED FOR UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF A STUN GUN The Police have arrested 2 men, aged 21 and 24 for unlawful...

Posted by Singapore Police Force on Wednesday, 11 January 2017

The 24-year-old was charged in court today, while the 21-year-old suspect will be charged on Jan 12.

Under the Arms and Explosive Act, anyone found guilty of unlawful possession of arm without a licence may be fined up to $5,000 and jailed up to three years.

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