Woman auxiliary police officer jailed 6 months for stealing from prostitutes
An auxiliary police officer was jailed six months on Friday (July 3) for stealing $1,430 from three prostitutes.
In May, Pusparani Kuppusamy, 28, an AETOS constable, had been tasked to search three prostitutes arrested for offences under the Women’s Charter.
But as Pusparani was packing their belongings in the polymer bags, she removed the money and kept it in her back trouser pocket.
She later banked some of the money into her sister’s account and spent the rest on herself.
Read the full report in our print edition on July 4.
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