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    NESE JAILED FOR 23 CASES OF HOUSEBREAKING IN SINGAPORE
    2 Chinese jailed for 23 cases of housebreaking in Singapore
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    Two Chinese nationals were jailed in Singapore on Monday for a series of housebreaking offences dating back to 2007. (Image: channelnewsasia.com)
    2 Chinese jailed for 23 cases of housebreaking in Singapore: Two Chinese nationals were jailed in Singapore on Monday for a series of 23 housebreaking offences dating back to 2007, according to reports.

    Thirty-two-year-old Liu Qiangde received a seven-and-a-half year jail term for his crimes while his friend, Chen Yuncai, 33, got a five-and-a-half year sentence.

    During an ambush operation by police in October of 2013 that followed reports of multiple break-ins at private residences throughout Singapore, the two suspects were caught and arrested.

    DNA samples linked Liu to several home break-ins in 2007 and 2009, and Chen to other similar incidents in 2009.

    The court heard that the two Chinese nationals came to Singapore with the intention of committing housebreaking crimes, according to reports.

    Chen had reportedly noticed on a prior visit to Singapore that the perimeter walls of landed properties were lower than those in China, and had assumed that the properties in the city-state would be easier to break into.

    The two men were allegedly involved in a total of 23 cases of break-ins that involved $119,003 of stolen property.

    The most popular items taken were brand name watches and handbags, electronics such as iPads and laptops, and cash.

    Most of the break-ins occurred at night or in the early hours of the morning.

    Deputy Public Prosecutor Benny Tan argued that the crimes were premeditated, noting that the two men had come to Singapore with the intent of committing the break-ins.

    He also urged the court not to treat the men as first-time offenders, arguing they had committed similar offences before, though they had not been caught.

    Mr. Liu said in mitigation that a failed business had led him to commit the crimes, and that he was trying to provide for a school-going child.

    Mr. Chen expressed remorse for the crimes.

    District Judge Eddy Tham referred to the crimes as “appalling”, saying they warranted a severe and deterrent sentence, according to reports.



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    What happened to low-crime S'pore? A lot of crime is actually committed by foreigners

    2 Chinese jailed for 23 cases of housebreaking in Singapore
    Posted about 7 hours ago | 0 comment

    Two Chinese nationals were jailed in Singapore on Monday for a series of housebreaking offences dating back to 2007. (Image: channelnewsasia.com)

    Two Chinese nationals were jailed in Singapore on Monday for a series of 23 housebreaking offences dating back to 2007, according to reports.

    Thirty-two-year-old Liu Qiangde received a seven-and-a-half year jail term for his crimes while his friend, Chen Yuncai, 33, got a five-and-a-half year sentence.

    During an ambush operation by police in October of 2013 that followed reports of multiple break-ins at private residences throughout Singapore, the two suspects were caught and arrested.

    DNA samples linked Liu to several home break-ins in 2007 and 2009, and Chen to other similar incidents in 2009.

    The court heard that the two Chinese nationals came to Singapore with the intention of committing housebreaking crimes, according to reports.

    Chen had reportedly noticed on a prior visit to Singapore that the perimeter walls of landed properties were lower than those in China, and had assumed that the properties in the city-state would be easier to break into.

    The two men were allegedly involved in a total of 23 cases of break-ins that involved $119,003 of stolen property.

    The most popular items taken were brand name watches and handbags, electronics such as iPads and laptops, and cash.

    Most of the break-ins occurred at night or in the early hours of the morning.

    Deputy Public Prosecutor Benny Tan argued that the crimes were premeditated, noting that the two men had come to Singapore with the intent of committing the break-ins.

    He also urged the court not to treat the men as first-time offenders, arguing they had committed similar offences before, though they had not been caught.

    Mr. Liu said in mitigation that a failed business had led him to commit the crimes, and that he was trying to provide for a school-going child.

    Mr. Chen expressed remorse for the crimes.

    District Judge Eddy Tham referred to the crimes as “appalling”, saying they warranted a severe and deterrent sentence, according to reports.
     
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    Re: What happened to low-crime S'pore? A lot of crime is actually committed by foreig

    Why no caning?
     
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    Re: What happened to low-crime S'pore? A lot of crime is actually committed by foreig

    There is nothing to worry about as the foreigners are generally more law abiding than Singaporeans are. Even the honorable Mr Lee has reluctantly admitted to the fact.
     
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    Re: What happened to low-crime S'pore? A lot of crime is actually committed by foreig

    Next better player..to manage(fix) e notorious sgean.:cool:
     
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    Re: What happened to low-crime S'pore? A lot of crime is actually committed by foreig

    import more of these FTs.... lets make Singapore a wonderful place.
     
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    Ah tiong FT ninja burglars finally arrested

    Two jailed for housebreaking spree


    By Kimberly Spykerman

    POSTED: 13 Jan 2014 14:07


    SINGAPORE: Two Chinese nationals were on Monday jailed by a district court for a spate of housebreaking offences that dated back to 2007.


    Liu Qiangde, 32, was jailed seven-and-a-half years for the crimes while his friend, Chen Yuncai, 33, was jailed five-and-a-half years.



    The court heard that the men were caught in October last year during an ambush operation by the police, following reports of multiple break-ins at private residential estates around the island.



    DNA samples taken from Liu linked him to several home break-ins in 2007 and 2009, while Chen's DNA samples linked him to other similar incidents in 2009.



    The court also heard that both men came to Singapore intending to commit housebreaking.



    Chen had noticed on a previous visit that the perimeter walls of landed properties in Singapore were lower compared to those in China, and had presumed that the properties here were easier to break into.



    The men were aware of each other's housebreaking sprees, and on at least one occasion had met up before going their separate ways to commit the crimes.



    Liu had even handed some stolen items to Chen for safekeeping.



    The men would strike mostly at night or in the early hours of the morning.



    In total, the two men were involved in 23 cases of housebreaking involving $119,003 of stolen property.



    The items they took included branded watches and handbags, electronics such as iPads and laptops, as well as cash.



    Deputy Public Prosecutor Benny Tan pointed out that the break-ins had been premeditated, noting that the men had come to Singapore with the intent of committing the crimes.



    He also highlighted the high value of the items stolen, and urged the court not to treat both men as first-time offenders as they had committed similar offences before, although they had not been caught.



    In mitigation, Liu said he committed the crimes because of a failed business, and that he had to provide for a school-going child.



    Liu was working as a hawker back in China.



    Chen said he was remorseful about what he had done.



    In meting out the sentence, District Judge Eddy Tham called their crimes "appalling" and said they warranted a severe and deterrent sentence.




    - CNA/nd/gn



     
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    Re: What happened to low-crime S'pore? A lot of crime is actually committed by foreig

    Only if they cut and steal steffychun chow cheebye cunt and perineum.
    Her fucking body can be left in the stinkapore river
     

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