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Metro founder’s grandson acquitted of drug trafficking charges, pleads guilty to attempted possession charges

SINGAPORE – The grandson of the man who founded Metro was acquitted in court on Friday (May 12) of the drug trafficking charges against him. After a three-day trial, District Judge Jasvender Kaur found Ong Jenn, now 41, not guilty of two counts of engaging in a conspiracy with convicted drug offender Mohamad Ismail Abdul Majid, 45, to traffic cannabis on Oct 30, 2014. But the trafficking charges were amended to two counts of attempting to be in possession of the drug – 385.1g of a cannabis mixture and 92.68gRead More