Malaysia Crime Watch is an independent news and discussion site on crime that occurs in Malaysia. It aims to create awareness of the prevalence and types of crime. By this, it is hoped that people will be more informed and take precautions to keep their lives and assets safe.
13 October 2011 Klang 52-year-old Teoh Lay Moi was hit and dragged by her car which was hijacked by two men for 55 metres at her house in Jalan Kapar here. The incident occurred around 7:15pm when the victim, a finance executive, was parking her Toyota Altis vehicle after returning from work. Teoh’s husband, Koh […]
27 May 2010 Kuala Lumpur Mohamad Zamri Ibrahim, a cloth merchant, and his brother-in-law Mohd Suhaimi Yusoff were awarded RM41,500 and RM31,500 respectively in damages at the Sessions Court on Thursday for wrongful arrest. They were detained in connection with the murder case of Nurin Jazlin Jazimin three years ago. 36-year-old Mohamad Zamri and 31-year-old […]
31 March 2010 Shah Alam Judicial commissioner Datuk Zaleha Yusof has ordered Shaariibuu Setev, father of murder victim Altantuya Shaariibuu, to deposit RM60,000 into two bank accounts belonging to the government and co-accused former political analyst Abdul Razak Baginda as security for cost. This amount was for the RM100 million suit filed by Setev against […]
10 March 2010 Petaling Jaya The lorry attendant whose wife was the former babysitter of 18-month-old K. Haresvarra has been charged in court on Monday for the murder of the toddler on 3 March 2010 between 9:40pm and 10:10pm. 33-year-old M. Rajamorgan was alleged to have murdered the boy at a playground along Jalan Kenanga […]
16 January 2010 Kuala Lumpur 36-year-old Jazimin Abdul Jalil, father of Nurin Jazlin Jazimin, will be filing a negligence suit against the Malaysian police and Government over the post-mortem photographs of his daughter being exposed on the Internet. On Monday, Judge Justice Zabariah Mohd Yusof of the High Court struck out the application by the […]