Rapist Failed and Ran Away Naked

Rapist Failed and Ran Away Naked

Rapist Failed and Ran Away Naked – Initially Planned to Steal, But Tempted By the Victim’s Beauty. Afraid of being captured by the local people, the suspect panicked and tried to escape from the victim’s room naked. While his clothes and pants were left in the victim’s room.


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DENPASAR – Achmad Yahya Nurrochim (22) was arrested by Denpasar Police at Lumintang Park Denpasar on Wednesday (11/13) at 15.30 central Indonesian time. The man who lives in South Nangka Street, Paksimas III Alley, Denpasar, was arrested by the police, because of a criminal act of attempted rape. The victim is Susi Sundari (20). Before attempting to rape the victim, the suspect intended to steal.

Police Commissioner I Wayan Arta Ariawan, was confirmed on Monday (11/18) revealed the suspect was actually trying to steal in the victim’s boarding room in Singasari Street, IIA Alley Number 10 Denpasar, on Wednesday (11/13) at 02:30. In that early morning the suspect entered the victim’s dorm room through an unlocked window. The purpose of the suspect who was working at a fried chicken place was entering the victim’s room to steal.

At that time the victim was fast asleep. Initially the suspect tried to find valuables belonging to the victim, but found nothing. When he was busy looking for things, the suspect saw the victim who was still sleeping. The victim’s beauty made the suspect lust. The intention to steal was canceled and an intention to rape the victim started to appear. Without thinking twice, the man who originally from Jember East Java, took his pants and clothes off. The suspect then climbed into bed and hug the victim with both hands.

Rapist Failed and Ran Away Naked

But before he had the chance to vent his lust, the victim woke up and screamed. Because the victim was screaming, the suspect covered the victim’s mouth with both hands. The attempt failed because the victim uncontrollably screamed. Afraid of being captured by the local people, the suspect panicked and tried to escape from the victim’s room naked. While his clothes and pants were left in the victim’s room.

“This suspect fled towards the direction of South Jackfruit Street to the boarding house where he lived about 2 kilometers. Upon arrival at the boarding house, the suspect put some clothes on. The incident was immediately reported to the police victim with the number LP-B / 1302 / XI / 2019 / Bali / Police of Denpasar, 13 November 2019, regarding the crime of attempted rape”, Police Commissioner Arta Ariawan explained.

Based on the victim’s report, Denpasar Criminal Investigation officers immediately descended to the crime scene to conduct an investigation. It did not take long for the police to find out the identity of the suspect and chase him. On Wednesday afternoon at 15:30 Central Indonesian Time the suspect was successfully secured at Lumintang Park.

The suspect along with evidence in the form of black jeans, black belt, purple underwear, black T-shirt, and a pair of black flip-flops. “The evidence is the clothing used by the victim who left the suspect when he escaped. For his actions the suspect was allegedly under section 285 of the Criminal Code and section 53 of the Criminal Code concerning attempted rape with a criminal threat of 12 years in prison,” he said.

Rapist Failed and Ran Away Naked

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Drunk American Was Charged by The Criminal Code

Drunk American Was Charged by The Criminal Code

Drunk American Was Charged by The Criminal Code – Claiming to be drunk, American citizen Erick Kai hits the Project Guard.


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Denpasar – American citizen Erick Kai Koester (28) was placed in the prison seat of the Denpasar District Court, for committing an act of mistreatment of a project guard at Central Parkir, Kuta.

Public Prosecutor I Nyoman Triarta, SH charged the man who while in Bali lived in Ramayana Villa Jimbaran, South Kuta, Badung, this was with Article 351 paragraph (1) of the Criminal Code, regarding persecution.

The defendant’s actions were carried out on Saturday 17 August 2019 around 05.30 Central Indonesia Time. In the indictment, it was read in front of the chief of the panel of judges I Made Pasek, SH.MH, initially the victim Gede Budi Yadnya, was guarding the Restaurant construction project, at that time he saw the defendant entering the project.

Drunk American Was Charged by The Criminal Code

Seeing an odd thing, the victim then looked for the defendant and immediately reprimanded him. Instead of obeying, the defendant actually cursed harsh words.

Because he was suspected of being drunk, the victim was reluctant to serve and chose to leave the defendant who is a teacher in America. But when the victim walks away, the defendant kept following him.

“When he walked to Alfamart, the defendant was still trailing behind. And when he arrived at the Alfamart front desk the defendant suddenly hit the victim once with his right hand clenched,” said the prosecutor in the Tirta courtroom.

 

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Woman Arrested After Stealing Credit Cards in Bali

Mauritanian Woman Arrested After Stealing Credit Cards in Bali

 


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Mauritanian Woman Arrested After Stealing Credit Cards in Bali – A foreign national from Mauritania named Roughaya Abeidi was arrested by Kuta police officers on Thursday (10/31)  around 22:00.

The woman who is still a student arrested for draining the contents of a British foreign national credit card named Holly Jemima Hartley, 22.

The alleged perpetrators began with a report of the victim to Kuta Sector Police with the report number LP-B / 257 / X / 2019 / Bali / Resta Dps / Sek Kuta, dated October 22th, 2019.

According to the victim’s report, the incident began when the victim checked at Ala Hostel, Jalan Drupadi Basangkasa, Seminyak.

In one hostel room, the canar contains six people, two others are the victim’s friend.

The victim put her carrying bag in the room and then went out with two friends to the beach.

She left a bag containing a debit card, credit card, trevel card, and license card. Afterwards the victim never checked the contents of her bag again for the next few days.

Until finally, a few days later, the victim was contacted by her father and told her that there was a large transaction through her credit card.

“The victim was called by his father from England that there was information from a bank that told him there were multiple transactions

with a large amount through credit cards 13 times”, said Kanitreskrim Kuta Police Iptu I Putu Ika Prabawa, Monday (11/18) afternoon.

The total amount of the transactions was approximately 22,765.42 GBP or 414,222,970 IDR.

After being told by her father, the victim immediately checked her bag and found that her credit card and England license had been lost.

For this incident, the victim reported to the Kuta Police. From the results of the investigation and armed with print out of bank transactions provided by the victim, the police immediately checked into one of the transaction located at Yulia Jewellery in Bali Galleria Mall.

The store employee said that there were indeed transactions carried out by two women who were suspected as one foreigner and one citizen.

Mauritanian Woman Arrested After Stealing Credit Cards in Bali

Based on CCTV recordings, the identity of both was revealed. Police also checked at other transaction located at Nike in Bali Galleria Mall, OKe Shop, and Athena Jewellery.

The police moved quickly to find the whereabouts of the two suspects. Finally, Thursday (10/31) around 22:00 the police detained Roughaya Abeidi at the Vila De Bale Legian Kuta, for questioning.

“An Indonesian citizen who accompanied the accused at the time of the transaction was considered only a witness. The alleged perpetrator claimed she found the victim’s credit card on the road. She found it on a street but she didn’t know the name on the card. However, we are still investigating this statement”, said Iptu Ika Prabawa.

From this arrest, the police secured additional evidence in the form of gold jewellery such as necklaces, earrings and rings.

In addition, shopping receipts in a number of stores where the alleged perpetrators conduct transactions. She was charged with Article 362 of the Criminal Code a charged that carries the penalty of five years in prison.

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Beach Club in Yeh Gangga Destroys Beach Border

Beach Club in Yeh Gangga Destroys Beach Border

Beach Club in Yeh Gangga Destroys Beach Border, Tabanan – A Beach Club that was built on Yeh Gangga Beach, Sudimara Village, Tabanan District, is suspected of being unlicensed and violating the equivalent of the beach. Even though the Beach Club is said to have begun operating.


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Information in the field said that a building that was rumored to be named as Yeh Gangga Beach Club was built on the edge of the west side of Yeh Gangga Beach. The Beach Club consists of 2 floors complete with swimming pool facilities and a restaurant. Sources said the soft opening had been carried out in early November 2019 by inviting several close relatives of the owner.

In addition, this Beach Club also has a balcony that protrudes somewhat from the main building. But the construction is allegedly violating the commensurate beaches.

Beach Club in Yeh Gangga Destroys Beach Border

Confirmed separately, Head of the Licensing Office of the Tabanan Investment and Licensing Services Office of the One Door (DPMPPTSP) Tabanan I Made Sumerta Yasa revealed that if there was only submission of spatial information and there was no permit related to the construction of the Beach Club. “There is only the submission of spatial information,” he said on Tuesday (12/11/2019).

According to him, DPMPPTSP Tabanan will only process permits based on application for admission. So if there is a suspicion of violating the beach commensurate, they cannot be sure. “But if you have applied for a permit, then when the survey was conducted there was a violation of the permit, for sure it would not be issued,” he added.

But the head of the civil service police unit Tabanan, I Wayan Sarba did not answer the phone when he was about to be confirmed about it.

 

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Bali is Targeting 30K Electric Motorcycles Per Month

Bali is Targeting 30K Electric Motorcycles Per Month

Bali is Targeting 30K Electric Motorcycles Per Month, Denpasar – The Provincial Government of Bali is targeting the battery-based electric motor vehicle assembly industry to be built in Jembrana Regency to produce around 30 thousand units of motorcycles per month for eastern Indonesia.


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“Bali does not only produce for the needs in Bali, we will also sell to East Java, West Nusa Tenggara, East Nusa Tenggara and other eastern regions of Indonesia such as Southeast Sulawesi and so on,” said Bali Governor Wayan Koster when giving information to the media crew regarding The issuance of Governor’s Regulations (Pergub) No. 45 and No. 48 of 2019 at Jayasabha Residence, Denpasar, Tuesday.

Koster stated, Bali Governor Regulation No 45 of 2019 was about Clean Energy and Pergub No. 48 of 2019 concerning the Use of Battery-Based Electric Motor Vehicles.

“These two Governors ‘Regulations are a concrete manifestation of the seriousness of the Government of the Province of Bali in implementing the vision of’ Nangun Sat Kerthi Loka Bali through the Pattern of Universe Planning for New Era Bali,” said Koster.

To produce the Gesits electric motorbike, the Bali Provincial Government is collaborating with PT Wijaya Karya and has agreed that in 2020 the construction industry stage will begin to use the land owned by Perusda Bali in Jembrana Regency.

“Wijaya Karya is okay, Gesits is okay, even the color and design of my motorbike control must use Tri Datu colors (red, black, and white-red). May be the main red, plus black and white. Or the main white, the accessories are red and black. Or the basic color is black, red and white is created, there is a ‘taste’ of Bali, “said Koster.

Bali is Targeting 30K Electric Motorcycles Per Month

According to Koster, with the motorcycle assembly industry, Bali is not only a user, but also at the same time developing its automotive industry. It is targeted to produce 30 thousand units per month, or 360 thousand units in a year.

“We should not only be users, but can be an abundance of the economy, so that later there will be employment, technology transfer, other economic values ​​and regional income can be obtained,” said the former member of the People’s Representative Council Republic of Indonesia (DPR) for three periods.

The price of an electric motorcycle unit ranges from 22-24 million Rupiahs. Although the price is comparable to a motorcycle that uses fuel oil (BBM), Koster claims the operational costs of an electric motorcycle will be cheaper.

Meanwhile, General Manager of State Electricity Company (PLN) for Bali Distribution Nyoman Suwarjoni Astawa said that his party would immediately draw up an action plan related to the exit of the two Pergub.

For the electric motor vehicle battery charging station, continued Suwarjoni, has spread to 127 points throughout Bali and will increase with the increasing use of electric motor vehicles.

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Chinese Man Arrested Ride a Motorcycle

Chinese Man Arrested Ride a Motorcycle

Chinese Man Arrested Ride a Motorcycle, Denpasar Action determined by a Chinese citizen, Dacheng Yan (44) by riding a motorcycle alone from Malaysia into Indonesia by land entering the schedule of demands in the Denpasar District Court on Tuesday (12/11/2019).


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The Prosecutor’s Office in Badung judged that the defendant’s actions had violated immigration, which had entered state territory without permission. “Declaring the defendant guilty of violating Article 119 paragraph (1) of Law No. 6 of 2011 concerning Immigration,” said I Made Lovi Pusnawan, SH as the Public Prosecutor’s Attorney General.

Not only that, before the Chairman of the Panel of Judges Subandi, SH.MH, the prosecutor also demanded a criminal fine of 50 million Rupiahs and 3 months. In the Cakra courtroom, the defendant with round glasses looked confused about the prosecutor’s demands, despite being accompanied by his interpreter.

Chinese Man Arrested Ride a Motorcycle

The indictment said that Dacheng Yan entered Indonesian territory without using legal documents and did not conduct immigration checks.

It was revealed that the defendant entered Indonesia heading to Pontianak, West Kalimantan from Sabah, Malaysia by road using a motorcycle around August 2019. This was done by the defendant to avoid inspection by immigration officers.

“Upon arrival in Pontianak, the suspect boarded a ship bound for Surabaya, East Java and continued his journey to Denpasar,” the prosecutor said.

The defendant had spent several days in Denpasar. But on Saturday, September 14th, 2019, the defendant entered the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Denpasar.

The owner of the RRT / China number 130404197410012716 entered the consulate by jumping on the wall. So it was secured by security officers and submitted by the consulate to the Class I Immigration Office TPI Denpasar.

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Buleleng Airport Targeted to be Completed in 2024

Buleleng Airport Targeted to be Completed in 2024

Buleleng Airport Targeted to be Completed in 2024, SINGARAJA – The construction of the airport in Buleleng Regency has come to a bright spot. In fact, the airport project is targeted to be completed in 2024.


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The existence of a new airport in North Bali is expected to reduce flight density at Ngurah Rai Airport.

Reportedly, the Ministry of Transportation team only needs to complete a technical study, before determining the location (blocker) is published.

Yesterday (7/11), the Ministry of Transportation was said to hold a technical meeting which discussed the construction of airports in North Bali.

The meeting was attended by Sekprov Bali Dewa Made Indra, Buleleng Regent Putu Agus Suradnyana, Head of Bappeda Buleleng Nyoman Genep, and Buleleng Transportation Agency Head Gede Gunawan AP.

Contacted from Singaraja on Thursday night (7/11), Regent Agus Suradnyana said that yesterday’s meeting indeed discussed airport technicalities.

Buleleng Airport Targeted to be Completed in 2024

During the meeting, the airport development initiator explained the concept of development. Then the team from the Kemenhub Airport Directorate provided a number of inputs.

“The inputs are technical. Such as navigation, apron, runway length. These entries are made as resumes for the improvement of the master plan.

Because this determines the coordinates (development) and land area needed, “said Regent Agus.

He mentioned, the airport construction was targeted to be completed in 2024. Just to note, the technical team from the Ministry of Transportation, had already carried out an evaluation of locations in the Village of Evidence and Kubutambah. The evaluation was carried out on 5 September.

It is planned that the International Airport in North Bali will utilize 400 hectares of land. A total of 370 hectares of them, will use the land belonging to the Kubut additional village.

At present a number of companies are said to be interested in the plan to build the international airport. But the company that looks serious is a consortium consisting of PT. PP (Persero) Tbk, PT. Angkasa Pura I (Persero), and Perusda Bali.

 

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Australian national made peace after drunken attack

Bali Police have confirmed that Scott James Harrison, an Australian national who was detained last week after he allegedly attacked security guards at a Kuta hotel while he was drunk, has made peace with his victims and therefore released from custody.


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“It means that the case is put to a stop, as both parties have chosen an alternative dispute resolution,” I Putu Ika Prabawa from the Kuta Police told Kumparan today.

The 40-year-old was detained last week after he allegedly went on a rampage and lashed out at the security guards of the hotel he was staying at in Kuta, who were trying to calm him down.

According to local media reports, Harrison threw punches at three security guards, who suffered bruises and went on to file a police report soon after the incident.

Harrison might have dodged a bullet there, as he could’ve faced a maximum sentence of two years and eight months in prison for the alleged assault under Indonesia’s criminal code.

Last week, a prosecutor in Denpasar demanded Nicholas Carr, an Australian man who was arrested in August for allegedly fly-kicking a man off a moving scooter while he was drunk, be sentenced to four months in prison.

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Bali prosecutor demands Dutch national be sentenced to 3 years for illegal wildlife trade

Prosecutors at the Denpasar District Court yesterday demanded Eric Roer, a Dutch national who is allegedly involved in an illegal wildlife trade of protected items from Bali, be sentenced to three years in prison.


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“Based on evidence and the facts from the Court, the defendant [should be] sentenced to three years in prison and a fine of IDR100 million (US$7,131),” prosecutor I Made Lovi Pusanawan said, as quoted by Kumparan

Roer is charged with violating articles from Indonesia’s 1990 Conservation Law for his alleged involvement in the shipment of protected items from the Southeast Asian country, including skulls of various animals like crocodiles and sea turtles, as well as snake skin.

Roer has reportedly been sending handicraft items made from protected species through ocean freight shipping to the Netherlands since 2013. Police in Bali handed evidence of his crime to public prosecutors in August, around three years after they began investigating the case.

Authorities previously said that the illegal items were sold for hefty prices abroad, between IDR50 to 80 million each, though they were purchased for only around IDR1 million each in Indonesia.


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Official highlights issue of implementation as Bali administration set to raise minimum wage by 8.5% for 2020

An official from the Bali Provincial government yesterday highlighted how some companies on the island still pay their employees below the minimum wage, after the recent announcement of the new provincial and district minimum wage for 2020.


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“Ideally no company should be paying their employees below the minimum wage. But there’s always those who are obstinate enough to keep doing so,” IGA Anom Suradi, who heads the manpower and certification agency for Denpasar city, told Tribun-Bali.

The Bali administration has hiked the provincial minimum wage (UMP) to IDR2.49 million (US$177) per month for 2020, marking an increase of 8.51 percent from this year.

However, different regencies in Indonesia also have their respective minimum wages set, which are locally referred to as UMK. In Bali, for example, Badung regency appears to have the highest minimum wage for Bali with IDR2.93 million, while Denpasar city plans on setting the minimum wage to IDR2.77 million. In general, UMK is always higher than UMP and usually takes precedent in implementation.

Though it should ideally be welcome news for Bali residents, some took to social media to express their skepticism over the actual implementation of the minimum wage raise.

“It depends on the boss,” one user commented.