jobless man denies attacking police officer An unemployed man yesterday pleaded not guilty in the District Court to attacking an off-duty police officer and his female friend in Tsim Sha Tsui in April. James Ko Wai-hung, 37, faces two counts of assault. The prosecution said detective Ng Kwok-wa and Lam Yik-tun were attacked by a group of men outside Hai Xin Building in Hart Avenue on April 15. The case continues today. driver held over hit-and-run allegations A 44-year-old man was arrested 12 hours after his car allegedly knocked down and critically injured two women in a hit-and-run in Mongkok. The two women, aged 44 and 55, were taken to Kwong Wah Hospital on Wednesday night. Police said the car, with its windscreen damaged, was found abandoned in Shamshuipo about 30 minutes after the incident at 11pm. identity check leads to disneyland bus fracas A Disneyland worker was arrested for allegedly assaulting a security guard in a dispute aboard a coach at the west gate of the Lantau theme park, in Fantasy Road. The dispute erupted when the guard, 46, conducted an identity check and accidentally kicked the worker, 43. Police said in the ensuring argument, the worker hit the guard's head with his hand. The guard, who suffered no apparent injuries, called police. He was sent to hospital for a checkup. drink-drive claim An alleged drink-driver was arrested after his car collided head-on with a taxi at the junction of Princess Margaret Road and Chatham Road South, Yau Ma Tei. The man suffered head injuries.