KULA LUMPUR: The driver of the robbery in his 40s was arrested after allegedly interfering with the police team sent to raid a entertainment center in Jalan Changkat Raja Chulan.
The incident happened when a vehicle suddenly stopped at the Vida Bukit Ceylon showroom in Jalan Changkat Raja Chulan, around 12.50 pm Saturday (27 April).
A female passenger then opened the back of the vehicle, hitting a policeman who came from behind on a motorcycle.
Acting Dang Wangi OCPD Supt Rudy Abdullah said the policeman was thrown from her motorcycle and fell on the road, injuring her hands.
"Police personnel who were injured were sent to a hospital in Kuala Lumpur for treatment. Checks by doctors showed she had broken her right middle finger," said Sud Rudy.
He added that in the incident, the driver of Grab got out of the vehicle and called his passenger and asked her to pay for the damage to the door of his vehicle, engine and injuries to a police officer.
Judge Rudy added that the driver insisted he was not guilty of suddenly stopping his vehicle without signaling before leaving the passenger.
He added that the police at the scene tried to calm the man.
"They also asked the driver for his MyKad for inspection, but the man refused to cooperate and even tried to go to his vehicle to leave the area. Without any other choice, police personnel arrested the man with the help of the public, he added.
The suspect was arrested in accordance with Article 186 of the Criminal Code for Obstruction of Public Procurement