WARRANT ISSUED FOR ARREST OF SOLICITOR The ICAC yesterday obtained a court warrant for the arrest of a solicitor accused of aiding and abetting former Liquor Licensing Board chairman Stephen Wong Hon-ching, who is facing a charge of public misconduct. Western Court issued the warrant for Catherine Yu Mei-lin, 40, who left Hong Kong for New Zealand in February. Wong, 50, yesterday had his case transferred from Western Court to the District Court. He is alleged to have improperly met liquor licence applicants before board meetings, recommended that Yu represent them, provided internal board documents to Yu and failed to abstain himself from licensing decisions on those those applications. OFFICERS RAID MONGKOK DRUG DEN, ARRESTING 12 Police arrested 11 men and one woman and seized 20 grams of heroin worth $17,700 during a raid on a Mongkok flat. Acting on a tip-off, officers from the Kowloon City police station raided the Portland Street unit at 10.30am. The suspects were held for questioning in Kowloon City police station. In a separate case, police seized small quantities of ketamine, cannabis and 30 tranquiliser tablets at the Cyber Eight disco on Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, after staff discovered the drugs and made a report to police at 2.30am. There were no arrests. MAN BLUDGEONED AND ROBBED OF $16,000 A man was robbed of $16,000 and a camera after being knocked unconscious by two men with a hard object in Tsuen Wan. He was found on Hoi Pa Street at 12.30am and sent to Yan Chai Hospital, where he regained consciousness. He told officers he was attacked after alighting from a minibus on Hoi Pa Street. Two men in their 30s were being sought by police. In a separate case, a 30-year-old woman was bludgeoned by a man on Hammer Hill Road, Wong Tai Sin, at 2am. Nothing was stolen in the incident. The victim was treated for head injuries at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Police are investigating the attack. LOANSHARKS RELEASE LIZARDS INTO APARTMENT Eight 12-cm lizards were released into a public housing unit in Wong Tai Sin by loansharks yesterday afternoon. Red paint was also poured over the front gate of the unit in Wang Tak House, Wang Tau Hom Estate, according to police. A woman tenant told police that her son was involved in a dispute over money. WOMAN PLUNGES TO HER DEATH IN WESTERN Police are investigating the apparent suicide of a 47-year-old woman who plunged to her death from a high-rise building in Western. The woman was found lying unconscious on Lung Wah Street at 10.30am. Police said they were still investigating where she jumped from. Initial investigation showed there was no suspicious of foul play. MARK SIX One winner will collect the first prize of $24,901,925 in last night's draw. The numbers were 6, 28, 39, 40, 43, 45 and the extra 42. Eight tickets won the second prize of $377,255 and 326 tickets won the third prize of $24,685.