SINGAPORE: A Malaysian allegedly at the centre of the latest attempted checkpoint breach was charged in court on Wednesday with trying to enter Singapore without a valid pass.
The man, Mohd Sani Bin Mohamad Salleh, allegedly attempted to drive out of the Woodlands Checkpoint on April 21 after failing to produce his travel documents at the arrival counter.
Immigration officers activated the alarm, locked down the Arrival Car Zone and arrested the 33-year-old.
He is currently remanded at the Institute of Mental Health, pending psychiatric assessment.
His case, the fourth attempted breach this year, will be heard in court on May 7. - CNA/gn
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