Salvation army staff stole clothes to resell Two former Salvation Army staff were yesterday convicted for stealing donated clothes from collection points and selling them to a second-hand clothes dealer. Lai Fong-tak and Chong Wing-chee, both 39, were found guilty on a joint ICAC charge of conspiracy to handle stolen goods. Both were allowed bail before sentencing on September 23. traffic policeman buried at cemetery for heroes Traffic policeman Wong Kit-hong, who died in an accident while on duty, was buried yesterday with full police honours at Gallant Garden - the official cemetery for heroes. The constable died in hospital on August 25, about two weeks after his motorcycle collided with a truck in Tseung Kwan O while on his way to investigate a car accident. The funeral was attended by Secretary for Security Ambrose Lee Siu-kwong, Legco president Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai and Police Commissioner Tsang Yam-pui. Wong, 24, who joined the force in 1997, is survived by his wife. two hurt while fleeing police in mongkok den A man and a woman were seriously hurt when they fell two floors from an alleged drug den in Mongkok. The two, aged 30 and 36, respectively, were among five people in the third-floor flat in Kam Fong Street just before 2am. When officers entered, the occupants climbed out the window and down drainpipes, police said. The two were found on the first floor, while the three others escaped. They were arrested and taken to hospital. Two voters charged with lamma election offences Two voters in the Village Representative Elections were charged by the ICAC yesterday for alleged voting offences in relation to the election for Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island. Lai Wai-fung, 58, and Lai Yau-fat, 39 were charged with offences under the Elections (Corrupt and Illegal Conduct) Ordinance. mark six jackpot at $70m Tomorrow's Mark Six lottery has a jackpot of $70 million, which has accumulated after no one won Tuesday's Mid-Autumn Festival Snowball draw.