Man who held family hostage appears in court A divorced man who locked his ex-wife and three children in their flat for six hours suffered from psychiatric problems, a court heard yesterday. Cho Kai-yip, 47, was accused of holding the family hostage with a chopper last Friday in Wang Tau Hom Estate. Cho did not enter a plea in Kwun Tong Court to eight charges including assault, false imprisonment, possession of a weapon, criminal intimidation and damage. The court adjourned the case for a psychiatric evaluation. Cho was remanded in jail custody until March 12. Former jewellery boss injured in crash Former jewellery company boss Tse Sui-lun was one of four people injured when a taxi mounted a pavement and crashed in Mong Kok. Police said the taxi driver, 60, lost control of the vehicle in which Mr Tse, 70, and a 61-year-old woman were passengers. The taxi hit a rubbish bin and a man, 45, who was walking along Nathan Road. The driver was also slightly injured. Teen gang targeted young victims, court told Five teenagers - the youngest of them 13 - preyed on children as young as 11 in shopping arcades, stealing their money and mobile phones, a court heard. The five pleaded guilty in the District Court to charges of theft, robbery and attempted robbery. Sentencing for the oldest pair, both 16, was adjourned to March 13 pending probation, detention centre, training centre and rehabilitation reports. Sentencing for the other three, aged 13 and 14, was adjourned to March 14 in the Juvenile Court at Kowloon City. Motorcyclist hits, kills woman, 80 An 80-year-old woman was knocked down and killed by a motorbike as she crossed King's Road in North Point. Another woman, 66, was seriously injured. She was admitted to the Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital. The 28-year-old motorcyclist was in stable condition. The accident happened at 4.05am. Body of suspected suicide victim found The body of a 43-year-old woman, believed to have slashed herself with scissors before leaping to her death at Sau Mau Ping, was found outside On Kwan House in Shin On Estate. Police said there were wounds on her neck, chest and hand. The woman apparently jumped from her sixth-floor flat.