Ice and heroin seized after suspected traffickers arrested Police arrested two men after seizing HK$141,000 worth of suspected illegal drugs in Mong Kok before dawn yesterday. A 37-year-old man was stopped by police as he got off a cross-border bus at the junction of Arran Street and Lai Chi Kok Road at about 2.30am. Two packs of what appeared to be the drug Ice were found on him. He was taken to Kwong Wah Hospital, where he discharged two pellets suspected to contain Ice. At 4.45am, officers arrested another man, 33, and seized HK$65,000 worth of what appeared to be Ice and heroin, and packaging equipment in a raid on a flat in Tai Kok Tsui Road. Kidnap ploy lands teen in trouble An unemployed teenager who claimed he had been kidnapped in an attempt to deceive his girlfriend out of HK$500,000 was sent to a detention centre. Chan Ying-wai, 18, had pleaded guilty to attempted fraud and wasting police time before Principal Magistrate Andrew Ma Hon-cheung in Kowloon City Court. Baby born on police vessel Marine police sergeant Cheung Tin-chi helped deliver a baby during Typhoon Nuri last month, the police weekly, Offbeat reported. The veteran officer was taking the mother to Queen Mary Hospital from her home in Lamma Island during the August 23 storm when she went into labour on the police launch. Officers seek runaway driver Police are looking for the driver of a car who fled after crashing into a concrete embankment on the Kwun Tong Bypass outside Laguna Park in Kwun Tong shortly before 6am. Later, a woman, 32, who claimed she was a passenger in the car, went to United Christian Hospital to seek treatment for injuries to her hand. 5 injured in 3-car collision Five people were injured in a collision involving a car and two taxis in Prince Edward Road West, Mong Kok, shortly after 1am. The three men and two women, aged between 29 and 63, were treated for minor injuries at Kwong Wah Hospital. Mark Six There was no first prize winner in last night's draw. The winning numbers were 9, 13, 16, 22, 24 and 31. The extra number was 18. Two tickets each won the second prize of HK$1,050,495. The third prize paid HK$33,150.