Road rage incident leads M'sia cops to uncover kidnapping, drugs, murder plot

What started as a case of road rage on a Malaysia highway ended with cops uncovering a shocking tale of drugs, abduction, sodomy and intended murder.

The series of startling events began at about 9am on Monday.

Two men approached a woman after ramming into her car on Kesas Highway.

The woman, whose surname is Lai, was driving her children to kindergarten.

She said the driver got out and started banging on her window, blaming her for the accident.

"Then, another man came over and broke my windscreen and side window with a car tool. The driver tried to grab my car keys," she wrote on Facebook.

"I resisted as I was worried about my children. He then started pulling my hair and shaking my head."

She said the duo demanded RM1,000 (S$380) from her.

Distress call

Shah Alam Assistant Commissioner Azisman Alias said a patrol car sped to the scene after Ms Lai made a distress call.

"She also told us she saw someone who looked like a woman, bruised and bloodied in the backseat of her attackers’ car," he said.

The suspects, both wanted men, were about to drive off when police arrived. The duo was arrested and a 25-year-old transgender​ man was found in the backseat.

A 17.8cm-long knife was found on the dashboard of the car.

Police investigations revealed that the man had been abducted from his home at about 2.45am.

The suspects had allegedly taken him to a cemetery in Klang and taken turns to sodomise him.

Blood and vomit

When police visited the cemetery, they found a 19-year-old boy tied up in the crematorium.

ACP Azisman said there was blood and vomit all over.

"There were green wire and black tape on the ground," he said.

A source said the suspects had planned to burn the teenager alive.

ACP Azisman said the suspects, aged 28 and 29, have 11 criminal cases between them.

They tested positive for drugs.

It is believed both victims were abducted and attacked over a drug dispute.

The suspects are being investigated for kidnapping and committing carnal intercourse against the will of the victims.

Source: The Star Online