A suspect involved in the death of a man at Teck Whye earlier this week was charged with murder on Friday (18 August).
Mohammad Rosli Abdul Rahim, 48, was charged with causing the death of Mohammad Roslan Zaini, 35, at a flat at 165A Teck Whye Crescent on 16 August. The incident occurred between 1am and 4.33am.
Police said they received a call for assistance at about 4.42am and Roslan was found lying motionless by the roadside upon arrival.
The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said it was alerted to the incident at around 4.45am, and dispatched an ambulance.
Roslan, who was said to be stabbed in the chest, was pronounced dead at 4.55am.
If convicted of murder, Rosli can be sentenced to death or jailed for life with caning. He is due to appear in court again next Friday (25 August).