20-Year-Old Threatens Ex-Boyfriend's Family & Crashes Car Into His Home After Break-Up

The woman was arrested following a police report from her ex-boyfriend's sister.

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A woman was recently arrested by the police for threatening her ex-boyfriend's family and ramming her car into the gate of his family home in Johor

Johor Bahru Utara district deputy police chief Supt Fariz Ammar Abdullah said the 20-year-old woman was arrested at the Lima Kedah toll plaza in Gelang Patah, Johor Bahru at 6.30am, following a police report from her ex-boyfriend's sister.

According to Harian Metro, the incident had occurred around 5am on Sunday, 14 August.

The deputy police chief said another family member also reported that the woman had threatened to burn their family's business premise and damage their property

"Acting upon the information, a team of policemen was sent to the complainant's family home and found the Toyota Corolla Altis that was driven by the woman, which was used to crash and dislodge the home's automatic gate, before she fled the scene," said Fariz Ammar on Monday, 15 August.

The police managed to arrest the woman after following her whereabouts.

"Investigations found that the woman was the complainant's younger brother's girlfriend before they broke up last month," the police added.

Prior to the incident, Fariz Ammar said the suspect had also sent a threatening video to the family showing an individual pouring a liquid believed to be petrol in front of the family's motorcycle shop

"Closed-circuit television (CCTV) recordings showed that the woman had rammed the automatic gate until she crashed into the complainant's father's car, resulting in damages worth RM15,000," he added.

Investigations found that the woman had no previous criminal records and a preliminary urine screen showed that she tested positive for a type of drug known as benzodiazepines.

The woman has been remanded for four days while the case is being investigated under Section 506 and Section 427 of the Penal Code, as well as Section 15(1)(a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.

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