Datuk’s remand extended to Thursday

(New Straits Times) – The police today obtained a three-day remand order against a Datuk who was re-arrested by Kuala Lumpur Commercial Crime police on Monday to facilitate their investigations into a RM 280,000 fraud case involving a project to operate a petrol station in Klang Valley which was reported in 2009.

The complainant, a 43-year-old woman claimed that she  had met the suspect over a petrol station project in 2007 and  had been asked for RM280,000 consultation fee to help her to  get the project.

Two years went by and there was still no news on the  project which prompted the complainant to lodge a police  report.

The Datuk who was wanted by police for two other  cheating case in Cheras and Ipoh, had previously been remanded  for two days by Malaysia Anti Corruption Commission (MACC)  for  allegedly trying to bribe Federal Commercial Crime senior  police officers.