Celine Ng Swee Peng

July 14, 2011 by staff 

Celine Ng Swee PengCeline Ng Swee Peng, Derivatives trader Ang Soo Hoon, 36, appeared haggard and bloodshot eyes as he stood in the dock yesterday, while her position has been read. He was charged with the murder of estate agent Celine Ng Swee Peng, also 36, of West Bay Condo in West Coast Crescent.

Both lived in a two-bedroom apartment, which was purchased by Ms. Ng.

Ang is accused of murdering her roommate between 3:00 a.m. and 9:50 a.m. on May 26.

During the 20 minutes or so in the room, the small, bespectacled and boyish Ang watched at least twice in the direction of about 25 members of the public. Most are friends of Ms. Ng Ang and some knew well.

With arms and legs in restraints grip, Ang sat quietly; her eyes were downcast most of the time.

Occasionally she looked around, scanning the many faces that were present.

He seemed to be wearing the same dark blue polo shirt and gray shorts she wore on Tuesday.

Police for evidence, possibly, Ms Ng personal items, took her to West Coast Park that day.

No plea was taken from Ang, who was not represented.

If convicted, she faces the death penalty.

District Judge Lim Tse Haw granted the request of the prosecution of her detention for a week in jail in the Central Police Division. Meanwhile, it can be removed to assist in investigations.

Mrs. Ng body was found Tuesday in Clementi Woods Park in a highly decomposed state. The park is about 400m away from your condo.

She had been missing since May 26 her 36th birthday.

The night before, had celebrated her birthday with her friends, including Ang, in the condominium. Two days later, her family and Ang reported missing persons.

Police in East Coast Park arrested Ang on Monday night.

Outside the lower court yesterday, Ms Grace Ang, 36, a friend of Mrs. Ng and Ang, spoke to reporters.

Independent designer, said he was “very surprised” when he learned that Ang was arrested in connection with the murder.

He added that their mutual friends were “very surprised” to learn of the development. She meets Mrs. Ng and Ang for about 16 years. He said the last three met for dinner at a cafĂ© in April. The case is mentioned again on Wednesday.

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