"Sticker Lady" and her accomplice to be charged for defacing public property

A 26-year-old woman who is believed to have painted the words "My Grandfather Road" on several roads here last year will be charged in court on Tuesday together with her 30-year old male accomplice.

The woman is alleged to have painted the words on sections of Robinson Road and Maxwell Road between 17 to 21 May last year. Circular stickers printed with various captions were also found pasted on a pavement near Lau Pa Sat and on a road traffic sign along Robinson Road.

In connection with the police reports made by the Land Transport Authority, the police said they arrested the woman at her home on June 3 last year. Following her arrest, the identity of her male accomplice was established, and he was arrested upon his return from overseas at Changi Airport on June 11.

The police said in a news release on Monday that the woman faces 15 charges of mischief, and the man faces one charge of mischief and seven charges of abetment to commit mischief. If convicted, both of them face a fine, up to a 2-year jail term, or both.

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