Posted on October 9, 2020 by iwano@_84
SINGAPORE – A health, environment and safety specialist with Chevron Singapore accepted $6,000 in bribes from a sub-contractor in return for being lenient in supervising his work on the company’s lube oil blending plant.
Cheow Hock Mun, 49, a permanent resident, pleaded guilty on Friday (Oct 9) to two charges of corruption. Another corruption charge will be taken into consideration during sentencing next month.
Deputy Public Prosecutor (DPP) Eric Hu said Cheow had accepted the money from Lim Gim Chuan, the managing director of LGC Engineering and Contractors, between April and July 2015.
Cheow was in charge of all safety and security matters at the Chevron’s plant in Jalan Buroh, and oversaw the issuing of permits and training of workers at the plant.
There were occasions when he did not approve permits to workers and made several safety checks on site, “many of which were not mandated or required”, said
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Posted on October 1, 2020 by iwano@_84
A creepy handyman admitted to hiding cameras in bathrooms at homes in Paramus and Wayne, NJ police said.
Romeo Sanchez, 47, of West New York, was arrested on Sept. 17 on one count of invasion of privacy by Paramus police after a homeowner who hired him to install a window spotted a suspicious device in her bathroom in late August, WABC reports.
The device, which police said was inserted into a bathroom wall, was later determined to a micro camera, equipped with a memory card, the station reports.
The female homeowner saw the device plugged into an outlet inside the bathroom and knew it “didn’t belong to her,” Paramus Police Det. Mark Pinajian told CBS New York.
The victim then saw clips on the device depicting herself and her bathroom, as well as another location, Pinajian said.
Investigators proceeded to track down Sanchez, a married father, who admitted he installed
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