SINGAPORE: Two males suspected of recruiting members for a gang will likely be charged on Thursday (Sep 12).
The suspects, aged 21 and 28, are additionally accused of gathering membership charges from new gang members.
They had been amongst 20 individuals who had been arrested for his or her suspected involvement in gang-related actions, stated the police in a information launch on Wednesday.
5 of them, aged between 17 and 28, had been caught at Bedok Reservoir Street on Could 12 final 12 months.
Additional investigations led to the arrest of 15 extra males, aged between 16 and 22, the police added.
Investigations towards the remaining suspects are ongoing, police stated.
Anybody discovered responsible of being a member of an illegal society or inviting one other individual to affix the society faces a jail time period of as much as three years and a positive of as much as S$5,000.
These convicted of procuring any subscription from others for the aim of an illegal society face a jail time period of as much as two years and a most positive of S$5,000.