Miri man fined RM1,000 for writing fake name in contact tracing log book

Desmond Davidson

MIRI police slapped a man in Miri with a RM1,000 compound for failing to comply with Covid-19 protocols by using a fake name when filling in the contact tracing book at a shop.

The man, 25, did not respond when the name he wrote was called out by police doing a spot check at the chicken rice shop on Saturday, Sarawak Criminal Investigation Department (CID) chief Dennis Leong said today.

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