A woman who left her daughter with the mother of her daughter's classmate for 10 months pleaded guilty in Fanling Court yesterday to child ill-treatment or neglect. On September 30 last year, Polly Kwan Chi-yin, 43, asked the woman to take care of her four-year-old for four days while she went on a trip. She was arrested 10 months later when she returned to the city.1 Oct 2009 - 12:00am
A young drug-addicted mother who ill-treated her 31-month-old daughter was sentenced to a treatment centre yesterday. Yiu On-ki, 23, pleaded guilty earlier to ill-treating and neglecting a young person. Fanling Court heard that Yiu, who is involved in another drug-related case, is already receiving treatment at the centre.15 Nov 2008 - 12:00am
A woman who had suffered a miscarriage and allegedly attacked a pregnant woman entered no plea yesterday to a count of wounding with intent to murder. In Fanling Court, Acting Principal Magistrate Eddie Yip Chor-man adjourned the case to October 3, pending two psychiatric reports. Leung Sin-ting, 26, has been remanded in custody at Siu Lam Psychiatric Centre.20 Sep 2008 - 12:00am
A baker and two friends who allegedly stole human remains from a tomb did not enter a plea on a theft charge in Fanling Court yesterday after the defence asked for more time. Baker Ip Kuok-weng, 21; unemployed Wong Tsz-wing, 22; and secondary student Pang Hong-ting, 17, are accused of stealing bones from Butterfly Hill in Fanling last month.27 Mar 2008 - 12:00am
A young Pakistani man accused of killing three sex workers in two days was ordered to be held without bail yesterday on murder charges.
Nadeem Razaq, 23, was taken to Fanling Court escorted by a line of policemen in the late afternoon amid heavy security and a mob of journalists.20 Mar 2008 - 12:00am
An unemployed, divorced mother admitted leaving her one-week-old baby girl home alone so she could go shopping or visit friends, Fanling Court heard yesterday. Sichuan native Tsui Man-lan, 41, left the baby with her 9-year-old brother after the baby was born last July, then three other times in three months.23 Jan 2008 - 12:00am
A 27-year-old security guard appeared in Fanling Court yesterday charged with the murder of his lover at Fu Shin Estate, Tai Po, on Saturday. The court heard that Chan Yat-wah had turned himself in to police in Ma On Shan. The victim, Chung Mui-fong, was found dead in her Tai Po flat. The court was also told a mop had been used to clean up the scene and the victim's hair had been cut.14 Sep 2007 - 12:00am
Man to appear in court for acid attack on wife9 Mar 2007 - 12:00am
A father of three who forced his son to leave home naked was told by a magistrate that his unconventional parenting methods could have mentally harmed the child.
Chan Kwok-yim, 46, admitted yesterday that he expelled his elder son, 10, from their Tin Shui Wai flat after he made his three-year-old brother cry when they were bathing together on October 28.14 Dec 2006 - 12:00am
Tight security was imposed at Fanling court yesterday for the appearance of a man said to have led police to a pistol allegedly used in an assault in Tuen Mun this week.
People entering the courtroom had to undergo bag searches and pass through metal detectors and more than 20 police stood guard as Chan Tsz-him, 18, and three others appeared on drug charges.16 Jun 2006 - 12:00am
Police charged a 25-year-old man with illegally remaining in Hong Kong and assault with intent to rob. He was arrested in connection with a robbery attempt in Cheung Wah Estate, Fanling, on Monday. He will appear in Fanling Court today.3 Jan 2001 - 12:00am
Police charged two men, aged 32 and 36, jointly with one count of robbery in connection with a highway raid on a couple's car in Fanling on Tuesday that saw $4.9 million in cash stolen. The charged men will appear in Fanling Court today. Another suspect, 26, is still being detained while a fourth, 31, has been released.27 Jul 2000 - 12:00am
Eight men and a woman were charged in connection with violence during a land-resumption operation in Shek Wu San Tsuen, Sheung Shui, on November 16.
The nine will appear in Fanling Court on Monday. They were among 14 people arrested. Police said the remaining five - three men and two women, aged between 39 and 70 - had been released.15 Jan 2000 - 12:00am
A man, 40, became the first person to be jailed for illegally importing unstamped pork from the mainland. He was convicted at Fanling Court of possession and sentenced to two months' jail.4 Jun 1999 - 12:00am