Tsunami survivor charged with deception A welfare recipient who survived the tsunami disaster after spending seven hours adrift with her husband on a trip to Phuket has been charged with fraud. Leung Wai-kei, 27, will appear in Tuen Mun Court on Thursday charged with procuring entries in records by deception. If convicted, she could be jailed for 10 years. Father guilty of rape of young daughter A man was convicted of the rape of his daughter, now 12. A jury in the Court of First Instance found the man guilty of one count of rape, one of indecent assault against a girl under 16 and four more of indecent assault over a 21/2-year period. Sentencing was adjourned. University burglar jailed for three years A man who stole property worth $200,000 in burglaries at Chinese University and caused the police car he was travelling in to crash was fined $750 and jailed for four years and four months, of which three years are to be served concurrently. Chan Sing-wai, 34, a computer salesman, had pleaded guilty Judge Stephen Geiser in the District Court to six counts of burglary, one of driving an unlicensed vehicle and another of obstructing police. A further 18 burglary charges were dropped. Taxi driver arrested A taxi driver was arrested for drink driving after his car ran out of control and toppled on its side in Jockey Club Road, Sheung Shui. In Tai Tam Road, Stanley, a driver was arrested after his car crashed into a slope and toppled on its side. Mark six There was one winner of the $5m prize in last night's draw. The numbers were 1, 4, 5, 8, 13, 43 and the extra number was 22. Three second prize winners receive $303,895. Third prize paid $16,490.