Briefs

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 05 August, 2012, 12:00am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 15 August, 2012, 11:03pm

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Three injured making drugs arrest

Three policemen were injured while attempting to arrest two men for dangerous driving and being in possession of dangerous drugs. The policemen stopped a private car on San Tin Highway in the New Territories for speeding and driving without a legal licence. They subsequently found a bag of ecstasy weighing 261 grams. When they tried to arrest the men, one ran and one attacked them twice. He was arrested. Police are still looking for the other man.

16 girl teens in custody after nightclub raids

Police raided bars, nightclubs, snooker lounges and medicine dispensaries in Yau Ma Tei and Tsim Sha Tsui areas to clamp down on youth crime. Sixteen girls aged 15 to 17, including one who had been reported missing, were taken into custody from a nightclub on Jordan Road. Their parents were contacted. The police also arrested six men and two women in a bar in Tsim Sha Tsui for alleged possession of heroin and ecstasy worth a total HK$20,000.

Restaurant worker on credit card charge

Police charged a 21-year-old restaurant worker with theft after he was caught spending HK$820,000 shopping online using information stolen from diners' credit cards. The suspect will appear in Eastern Court tomorrow.

Free sports courses on offer from property firm

The Link Reit property manager is to run free sport courses on five fields and courts it owns to counter their poor use.

Husband to appear in court over death of wife

A 29-year-old mainlander arrested on Friday on suspicion of killing his wife will appear in the Eastern Court tomorrow charged with her murder. The alleged murder in Causeway Bay was the fifth case involving a wife as victim in the city so far this year.

 

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