BlueSG car allegedly evades police & ends up on Boon Keng grass verge, 3 arrested

Driver that abandoned BlueSG car in Boon Keng arrested with 2 passengers for drug-related offences

In the early morning of Monday (24 June), a rental car ended up on a grass verge in Boon Keng after allegedly evading a police roadblock.

The incident was shared in a Facebook post by Jalan Besar GRC MP Heng Chee How on the same day.

He said the vehicle involved was being pursued by the police before mounting the kerb.

Photos show BlueSG car resting on grass verge in Boon Keng

A photo Mr Heng shared showed a car with the decals of car-sharing platform BlueSG on the grass verge.

Source: Heng Chee How on Facebook

Other photos posted by SG Road Vigilante – SGRV on Facebook showed the car nestled on the grass verge before daylight.

In the background was Dignity Kitchen food court, which puts the location of the incident at the corner of Boon Keng Road and Bendemeer Road.

Source: SG Road Vigilante – SGRV on Facebook

A close-up of the BlueSG car showed that the front passenger door was left wide open.

Source: SG Road Vigilante – SGRV on Facebook

Another photo showed a male suspect sitting on the floor with his arms behind his back, possibly handcuffed. At least four police officers were with him.

Source: SG Road Vigilante – SGRV on Facebook

The vehicle is being towed away, Mr Heng said.

BlueSG car reversed away from police roadblock

In response to queries from MS News, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) said the incident occurred while a roadblock was being conducted in Whampoa East.

At about 4.55am, a car stopped and reversed away from the roadblock.

The driver and his passengers subsequently abandoned the vehicle along Boon Keng Road.

15-year-old girl among 3 arrested for drug-related offences

The driver, a 30-year-old man, was later arrested for allegedly evading the roadblock.

He is also suspected of driving under the influence of drugs or intoxicating substances.

His two passengers — an 18-year-old male and 15-year-old girl — were also arrested. They are suspected of drug-related offences.

Additionally, the girl was taken to hospital while conscious.

No threat to residents’ security: MP

Mr Heng assured residents in the area that there was no threat to their security from this incident.

He also thanked the police for their swift action in nabbing the suspects.

The suspected drug-related offences have been referred to the Central Narcotics Bureau. Police investigations are ongoing.

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Featured image adapted from Heng Chee How on Facebook and SG Road Vigilante – SGRV on Facebook.

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