Police raided a driver's public housing flat and found ketamine, Ice and apparatus for smoking drugs, the District Court was told yesterday. Barrister Mahinder Panesar told the court that police burst into the flat of Cheng Yu-yin, 39, at the Kwai Fong Estate on August 7. They entered the flat at about 8pm after seeing a woman leaving the premises. Inside they found Cheng along with five men and women and a nine-month-old baby. Officers conducted a search of the flat and in one of the bedrooms found a transparent plastic bag containing ketamine, the court was told. In another bedroom, they found several more plastic bags with Ice inside, along with various kinds of apparatus for smoking drugs. The prosecutor said that each of the guests had paid Cheng HK$200 to buy the drugs and then inhaled Ice in the flat. The six were arrested and taken to Kwai Chung police station. The government chemist said a total of 3.59 grams of Ice was seized during the operation. Cheng, who is employed as a driver, pleaded not guilty yesterday to one count each of trafficking a dangerous drug, possession of a dangerous drug and possession of apparatus fit for smoking dangerous drugs. The court heard that Cheng admitted under police caution that the flat was rented by his girlfriend, who was serving a prison term. He allegedly told the police that the drugs were bought from an unknown man known as 'Mr Kam'. He admitted that three of the arrested were addicts, the prosecutor said. The hearing continues on May 11 before Deputy District Court Judge Li Wai-chi.