A 28-year-old food delivery rider died after a fatal accident at Choa Chu Kang on 27 September, with 2 men and a woman being arrested for suspected drink-driving.
However, all three of them reportedly denied being the driver responsible who was behind the wheel, despite smelling of alcohol.
They were arrested on the spot and assisting with police investigations, but refused to divulge the identity of the driver responsible, according to Lianhe Zaobao.
The Singapore Police Force has since confirmed that one of the three suspects, the 35-year-old man, was the one who was driving the car at the time, according to TODAY.
The man is expected to be charged with careless driving causing death and drink driving, and the trio are also being investigated for giving information that is false to a public servant, to intentionally obstruct the course of justice.
For drink drinking, if found guilty, the man faces a jail term of up to 1 year and a fine of up to $10,000.
For causing death by driving recklessly, he faces a jail term of up to 3 years, and/or a fine of up to $10,000.
For obstructing the course of justice, the trio faces a jail term of up to 7 years and/or a fine.