Tsuen Wan Court
A mainland visitor accused of stabbing a woman on a Tung Chung-bound train on Tuesday appeared in Tsuen Wan Court yesterday on a charge of wounding. Xie Tianjiao, 28, did not enter a plea.Friday, 16 July, 2010, 12:00am
Two-way permit holder Zhong Tiehua, 57, appeared in Tsuen Wan Court yesterday accused of preventing the lawful burial of a corpse. He did not enter a plea and the case was adjourned to Friday pending further police investigation. The charge relates to the discovery of a half-naked body of a woman in a flat in Tsuen Wan on January 11.21 Jan 2009 - 12:00am
A single mother, who was put on probation for abandoning her five young daughters at home for hours while she went window-shopping, has breached the order, Tsuen Wan court heard. The court heard that Hon Pui-shan, put on two years' probation in February, had taken cough syrup, something she was forbidden to do.5 Jul 2008 - 12:00am
A Malaysian monk appeared in court yesterday accused of keeping child pornography at a Tsuen Wan monastery. Two video discs and a computer hard disk with 85 pornographic images and 17 video clips were found in the monastery on May 7, Tsuen Wan Court heard. The accused, Chow Yee-cheong, 41, has yet to enter a plea.5 Jul 2008 - 12:00am
A magistrate has ordered welfare officers to check on a 12-year-old boy whose father appeared in Tsuen Wan Court yesterday charged with murdering the boy's mother, Lok Yuk-kuen, 40, on April 24. Transport worker Du Yanchan, 39, did not enter a plea. He expressed concern that his son was unattended. Magistrate Sham Siu-man ordered welfare officers to check on the boy.6 May 2008 - 12:00am
A restaurant manager who kept stray cats in a Tsuen Wan flat and left them unattended for a month due to her busy work schedule was sentenced in Tsuen Wan Court yesterday to 160 hours' community service.15 Mar 2008 - 12:00am
A logistics firm has been fined HK$19,000 for failure to pay wages and holiday pay. Tsuen Wan Court heard that George Chu Ka-cheung, trading as Hong Yip Logistics, failed to pay wages to two employees within seven days of the expiry of the wage period, and failed to grant holiday pay for three public holidays to two employees.25 Jan 2008 - 12:00am
A former Education and Manpower Bureau officer who reviewed applications for student financial aid was sentenced to perform 100 hours of community service by the Tsuen Wan Court. Kwok Tak-on, 37, illegally changed the household income figures on 20 aid applications up until November of last year, so applicants received half the money they should have.11 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
A man who threw a cigarette butt on the pavement was ordered to perform 240 hours' community service for littering. Tsuen Wan Court heard earlier that the man threw down a butt in Chuen Lung Street, Tsuen Wan, on June 9. He refused to co-operate with officers from the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department when they asked for his personal particulars for a fixed-penalty notice.20 Sep 2007 - 12:00am
A telecom technician who slashed rubber seals on MTR train doors out of irritation over the closing beeps was jailed for a month yesterday and ordered to pay HK$44,250 to the railway operator. Lee Shu-wa, 46, pleaded guilty in Tsuen Wan Court to 18 counts of criminal damage between February 2 and July 27 last year.3 Apr 2007 - 12:00am
January 2005 Social Welfare Department refers case to Commercial Crime Bureau, which starts investigation
February 16 Bureau interviews the couple
October 3 Bureau lays three charges, which couple deny at Tsuen Wan Court13 Jan 2007 - 12:00am
Seven jailed for conspiracy to defraud20 Jun 2006 - 12:00am
A 37-year-old man suspected of murdering his 32-year-old ex-wife in September last year is led by police yesterday through a recreation of the alleged crime in Tsuen Wan.
The body of his ex-wife was found lying on a bed in her flat on Shek Yam Road on September 29, police said. A post-mortem examination revealed she had been strangled.25 Feb 2006 - 12:00am
Investigations have resumed into a complaint by a housewife who won a court victory after being charged by hygiene officers for littering by dropping her house key.
In a letter sent last month, the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department notified Lau Shiu-fun, 56, that it had reopened her complaint against the eight officers who charged her with littering.3 Aug 2005 - 12:00am
Attendant 'may have exaggerated touching incident'
An off-duty Cathay Pacific pilot who was convicted of indecent assault after a flight attendant complained he had touched her waist under her blouse had his conviction overturned yesterday.13 Aug 2004 - 12:00am