311 elderly receive building grants Building maintenance grants totalling HK$6.34 million have been made to 311 elderly flat owners since the government launched the grants in May, Secretary for Labour and Welfare Matthew Cheung Kin-chung told lawmakers. Applicants receive grants of up to HK$40,000. Drunk driver stole truck A man was arrested for drink-driving and stealing a truck after the vehicle ran out of control and toppled onto its side in Ko Chiu Road, Yau Tong, at about 4.30am. The 19-year-old suffered minor injuries. Customs raid on internet cafe Customs officers arrested the director of a North Point internet cafe and two cashiers for running pirated films, songs and television dramas. The officers seized 93 computers and seven servers, worth more than HK$500,000. Police investigate arson Detectives are investigating an arson attack at about 2.30am in which eight hawker stalls were damaged in Reclamation Street, Yau Ma Tei. Two men arrested for burglary Police arrested two men on suspicion of burglary after they climbed drainpipes to get into a block of flats in Reclamation Street, Yau Ma Tei, at 3.30am. The suspects, aged 27 and 28, are of South Asian origin. Missing person appeal Police have appealed for information about Kwan Siu-ming, 47, missing from his Wong Tai Sin home since Monday. They can be called on 2703 2425 or 2703 2335. Cabbie assaulted A taxi driver was assaulted in Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay, when he asked one of his three passengers to stop smoking. The driver suffered minor injuries. Man arrested for beating wife Police arrested a man, 56, for beating his wife, 41, with a folding chair at their home on the Choi Ying Estate in Kowloon Bay.