Police Chief Inspector Cindy Kong Siu-ching, 37, narrowly escaped serious injury yesterday.Thursday, 27 December, 2007, 12:00am
Police Chief Inspector Cindy Kong Siu-ching, 37, narrowly escaped serious injury yesterday. The driver of a truck approaching the Cross-Harbour Tunnel lost control of the vehicle and slammed into an unoccupied toll booth before grazing Chief Inspector Kong's car at about 11am. A 52-year-old male passenger in the truck was slightly injured and was taken to hospital for treatment.27 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
Police are hunting for the ringleader and core members of a cross-border drug trafficking syndicate suspected to have used container trucks to smuggle ketamine into Hong Kong in the past eight months.
This follows the arrest of a man and his girlfriend and the seizure of more than 6kg of suspected ketamine in Kwai Chung early yesterday.21 Nov 2007 - 12:00am
Yuen Long police have vowed to shut down all brothels and arrest anyone found soliciting on streets in the district following the arrest of more than 300 people for vice-related offences - most of them mainland prostitutes - in the first six months of the year.24 Jul 2007 - 12:00am
A court has fined a social worker HK$2,000 for posing as a policeman. Myron Yim Chung-wan, 29, posed as a police chief inspector, complete with a uniform he had purchased, during last Friday's passing out parade. He had been invited to the parade by his cadet friends in the police tactical unit.6 Jun 2007 - 12:00am
Police have closed 17 porn shops selling obscene DVDs from flats in Mong Kok.
Nine men were arrested and more than 65,000 'category four' discs, referring to a level of pornography, were seized when more than 130 officers raided the 17 flats in Tung Choi Street and Portland Street on Tuesday. The haul is worth about HK$2.61 million.19 Apr 2007 - 12:00am
International co-operation among law enforcement agencies from several countries helped track down Sailing Lau Ying-sau, said the man who spearheaded the police team that arrested him.9 Feb 2007 - 12:00am
Legislator back at work after assault as investigators release sketches of two assailants based on witness reports
Police last night released computer-aided sketches of two of the men who attacked Albert Ho Chun-yan, in an appeal to the public to provide information to help track down the assailants who battered the lawmaker-solicitor in Central last Sunday.26 Aug 2006 - 12:00am
Round-the-clock patrols and installation of closed-circuit television will be among the measures to strengthen security at Gallant Garden after 29 tombstones were vandalised on Saturday, said the department that manages the heroes' cemetery.15 Aug 2006 - 12:00am