Singapore: A 19-year-old man has been charged with fraudulent $ 50 fine for mobile phone charges, the police said on Wednesday (November 14).
Denzel Rafael Haran has shown that in October 2017, a woman with a Samsung Note 5 mobile phone had four counterfeit $ 50 notes.
The victim has set the phone for sale at Carousell's online store, the police said. He spoke to the police on October 18, 2017.
Denzel was arrested in November of the same year.
He was charged for reform at least six months on Monday and was charged with fraudulent or counterfeit notes.
The police also sentenced 25-year-old Mohan Raj Premer, who was 25 years old, to four years in prison, and was sentenced to two years in prison. He was convicted of fraudulent penalties for forgery of money or for counterfeiting or for using counterfeit notes.
He also faced numerous allegations of misuse of the drug law, traffic law, rigidity and other violations of the Criminal Code, the police said.
"Reminds you of the money you get by checking out community members' safety and overall security capabilities," said the police. Security features are available on the Singapore website at the cash authorities.