17 mainland women arrested in crackdown on vice Seventeen mainland women aged 16 to 43 were arrested in Yuen Long in an anti-vice operation between noon and 2pm yesterday. It was the ninth such operation in the district since August 5, with a total of 98 mainland women arrested for breaching conditions of stay. Police also arrested 41 women aged 27 to 58 for breaching conditions of stay and 11 men aged 22 to 25 for soliciting for immoral purpose in an anti-vice operation in Yau Ma Tei on Tuesday and Wednesday. Company convicted RC Trading Education and director Rickey Cheung Wing-on were convicted in Eastern Court of issuing unauthorised adverts and carrying on regulated activities without a licence. The company was fined HK$9,000 and ordered to pay costs of HK$38,532 to the Securities and Futures Commission. Man catches his assailant A man, 35, was hit on the head with a rod when he left Tsui Wan Estate, Chai Wan, at 9.10pm. The assailant fled, but the victim caught him and held him until police arrived. Blitz on overloaded vehicles Police issued 13 fixed-penalty tickets, seven summonses and 15 warnings to drivers in a crackdown on overloaded goods vehicles in the northern New Territories from Monday to Wednesday. Mark Six One ticket won the HK$22,080,625 first prize last night. The numbers were 19, 21, 24, 28, 30 and 48. The extra number was 26. Three tickets each won second prize of HK$764,595. Third paid HK$44,320.