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17 Y.O ARRESTED FOR DRIVING WITHOUT LICENSE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT @ PASIR PANJANG

A 17-year-old teenage boy was arrested by the police for driving without a driver’s license along Pasir Panjang on 10 January at about 1.11am, according to STOMP.

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The teenager, dressed in all black, was seen in a photo speaking to police officers at a police car.

He had been driving along Labrador Park at the time.

The Singapore Police Force confirmed that they were alerted to a case of driving without a valid license and that the boy was arrested.

They said, “a 17-year-old male teenager was arrested in relation to the case”.

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Potential penalties

The offence of driving without a valid driver’s license in Singapore is a maximum of 3 years imprisonment and a maximum fine of $10,000.

Repeat offenders face a penalty of double the punishments.

The minimum legal driving age in Singapore is 18.

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