Two men were tried on Tuesday for the illegal closure of fireworks in Little India in Little India, while two others were arrested on the same day for a similar crime.
The police are also investigating a third illegal fireworks incident.
In the first incident, a police officer detected fireworks in Gloucester Road in Little India around midnight.
Following the investigations, officers from the Central Police Department formed the identities of two men in the incident and arrested them the same day.
Thiagu Selvarajoo, 29, and Siva Kumar Subramaniam, both of whom were from Singapore, were charged yesterday.
First, it was accused of the return of dangerous fireworks, especially a "Happy Blast" box, and the latter of her blockade.
The second incident was reported in the Yishun area around 3.30 pm on the same morning.
Like the Little India incident, the video clips of the fireworks also made tours online.
The police confirmed that a report was made and the investigations were continuing.
In the third incident, police said on Wednesday at 194B Bukit Batok West Ave 6, about 7.50 a firing event was warned against a discharge.
Two men, 18 and 54 years old, were arrested.
According to a report by Lianhe Wanbao, fireworks set off on the grass slope near the blocks.
10 FLOOR HIGH
The report said that fireworks rose to about 10 times their height and hit the outer wall of one of the apartment blocks.
According to Lianhe Wanbao, sparks really missed shooting a person.
Also surprised many residents including a baby crying out loud.
He added that every day on the Chinese evening, a few residents were running downstairs to investigate the fireworks, and that the police found the suspects about 20 minutes later.
The police said no injuries were reported.
Anyone who is found guilty of the evacuation of dangerous fireworks can be fined between $ 2,000 and $ 10,000 and may be sentenced to up to two years in prison.