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Firm director gets community service

A managing director of herbal-tea maker Wong Lo Kat (International) was sentenced in the District Court to 240 hours of community service yesterday for falsifying invoices to obtain HK$1.4 million in loans.

Wednesday, 10 December, 2008, 12:00am

Firm director gets community service

A managing director of herbal-tea maker Wong Lo Kat (International) was sentenced in the District Court to 240 hours of community service yesterday for falsifying invoices to obtain HK$1.4 million in loans. Agnes Wong Kin-yee, 62, was convicted of seven counts of false accounting and fined HK$175,000.

10 Dec 2008 - 12:00am

Jail for prison guard turned voyeur

A corrections officer who used his mobile phone to take pictures up a woman's skirt was jailed for two weeks yesterday. Chan Kwai-hung, 42, denied a disorderly conduct charge but was convicted by Deputy Magistrate Jason Wan Siu-ming in Kwun Tong Court. Chan put his phone inside a bag and placed it under a woman's skirt at Telford Plaza. A security camera filmed his actions.

6 Dec 2008 - 12:00am

Pair jailed for stealing government paper

Two transport workers were each jailed for one month yesterday for stealing waste government paper containing sensitive data from a contracted collector and selling it to another recycler. Wong Kuen-foon, 46, and Chan Kwong-fai, 26, earlier pleaded guilty to one count of theft. Acting Principal Magistrate Amanda Woodcock of Kwun Tong Court said the offence warranted a jail term.

13 Nov 2008 - 12:00am

Student sentenced for plastic surgery loan

A secondary school student was sentenced to 80 hours of community service yesterday after she admitted to Acting Principal Magistrate Amanda Woodcock in Kwun Tong Court that she used forged documents to apply for a HK$20,000 bank loan. Chan Yee-yee, 16, said she planned to use the money for plastic surgery.

4 Nov 2008 - 12:00am

Son accused of murdering mother, 77

Chan Shing-lung, 38, charged with the murder on Friday of his mother, missed a court hearing yesterday because he was being treated in United Christian Hospital. The unemployed man is scheduled to appear in Kwun Tong Court again tomorrow pending his discharge. Chan is accused of murdering Ng Suen-te, 77, at their home on Hing Tin Estate, Kwun Tong.

24 Sep 2008 - 12:00am

Trio charged over alleged rape in Sha Tin eatery

Two schoolboys were among a trio who appeared in Sha Tin Court yesterday over an alleged rape in a restaurant. Ho Ka-kit, 17, Ma Ho-kan, 16, and store assistant Kewell Li Hau-chung, 19, were charged with raping a girl in a Lek Yuen Shopping Centre eatery in April. They did not enter a plea and were remanded in custody until October 10.

13 Sep 2008 - 12:00am

Student gets bond for showing sex clips

A student who copied a couple's sex clips from a USB flash drive he found in the University of Hong Kong library and showed them to other students was placed on a HK$2,000 good behaviour bond yesterday. The owner left the drive in a public computer on February 14 and Lai Chun-yu, 21, the next user, found it, Kowloon City Court heard.

27 Aug 2008 - 12:00am

Five plead guilty to theft of DHL accounts

Five people have admitted using stolen DHL Express accounts to give a mainland exporter free freight services. The scam cost DHL HK$1.36 million in courier fees last year, the District Court heard.

22 Aug 2008 - 12:00am

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