Suspect escaped from police station when left unattended in Sha Tin police station

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    Suspect escaped from police station when left unattended in Sha Tin police station

    source: sun

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    1. Female suspect arrested for assaulting a police officer and taken to station

    2. There was an error during handover that the female suspect escaped

    3. Female fled from the police station when no one monitored

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    A woman wanted for wounding case was arrested yesterday on 3 counts of charges including stealing drugs, assaulting a police officer and failing to produce identity document. She was detained in Sha Tin Police Station for investigation, during which she was left unattended in the room, and escaped taking advantage of a shift change. Police suspected some police officers neglecting duty, as well as police station having security loopholes. The case was referred to Sha Tin District Crime Squad for a thorough investigation, at the same time, the woman was wanted as fugitive to justice.

     

    Nine o'clock last night, a female suspect by last name To (age 31) suspected of stealing painkillers and other drugs in a pharmacy near Sha Tin, Tai Wai Hong Kong Railway Station. A pharmacy staff discovered her stealing so the staff called the police. Police received a report sending uniform officers to the scene, but To resisted and assaulted a police officer, at the same time failed to produce identity document. After preliminary investigation, uniform police officers arrested To, and brought her back to the Sha Tin Police Station for further inquiries by the Criminal Investigation Team.

     

    At midnight yesterday, the female suspect, To, was handed over to the Criminal Investigation Team by the uniform police officers, during which she was put into a room for continued investigation. But the room was once without the presence of police officers, as when police officers entered into the room, the female suspect had disappeared without a trace. The police searched everywhere in the police station for the female suspect, but they could not find her. Investigation is now transferred to the Sha Tin District Crime Squad Third Team.

     

    Police had summoned the uniform officer and Crime Investigation Team officer responsible for the handover of the female suspect, at the same time police reviewed all closed-circuit videotapes of police station entrances and exits, in order to find out how the female suspect fled from the police station. Police spokesman confirmed that the female suspect brought back to Sha Tin Police Station had left without authorization during the investigation, so the police are seeking her whereabout, and will try in various ways to investigate the case.


    17 years old youth was bashed on head by gang

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    17 years old youth was bashed on head by gang

    source: takungpao

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    Injured semi-conscious due to head bashing

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    Lawless rampage of teenage gangs in Kwai Chung who ambushed a 17 years old youth yesterday midnight, in which the youth was hit on the head by water pipes and bricks. The victim fled into a convenience store in a shopping mall to avoid gangs afterward, but the gang pursued and surrounded the victim beating him, to which the victim was bashed on the head by glass bottles and fell to the ground unconscious. After the gang got what they wanted, they fled in different directions and no arrest had been made temporarily.

     

    Injured youth's surname was Lo (17 years old). Blood covered his face, appearing to be in serious condition when he was sent to hospital. After he regained conscious, he reported to the police that he did not know the reasons for the attack. The police will investigate the background of his life, and did not rule out the incident involving revenge. The dozen assailants involved in the case aged about 15 to 20 years old. The convenience store involved in the case also fell victim to this unexpected calamity, to which all items on shelves were swiped down, all goods broken and scattered all over on the floor.

     

    On yesterday late night at 4:14am, the 17 years old youth walking home alone, when passing outside a construction site, a dozen gang armed with water pipes and bricks suddenly lunged at him. Loud roaring frightened the youth so the youth ran. The youth ran about 100 meters to a housing estate mall, in panic ran into a convenience store, thinking he could escape this gang when there were other people around. Yet, the gang was not daunted, swiping down shelves so that the youth could not escape, following with the use of water pipes and bricks lunging at the youth hitting and bashing the youth like mad. Some gangs even taking glass bottles from the shelves bashed on the youth's head like mad, and the battered youth immediately had blood covering his whole head. The youth was so beaten up that fell to the ground semi-conscious. At this time, the gang finally fled.

     

    Convenience store staff could not stop the gang so he called the police. A large number of police constable arrived and sent the injured youth to hospital for treatment, at the same time searched for the assailants in the vicinity, but the police did not find any. On the other hand, convenience store was a messy, with broken glass and display of goods scattered all over the floor. Bricks were left on the group, which was believed to be involved in the incident as weapons, so police officers had seized them as exhibits and were looking for the whereabouts of the culprits.

     

    Some senior social workers said the gravity of gang problem in Kwai Chung has become "a community bomb". In many housing estates, a group of youths would stayed up in the middle of the night stirring up trouble, and they relied on group size to bully and can be violent at any time.


    Gamble addict tried to jump, but had acrophobia and was trapped on canopies

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    Gamble addict tried to jump, but had acrophobia and was trapped on canopies

    source: takungpao

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    Chuk was willing to return to the house, and was sent to hospital for checkups

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    A gambling addict owed 80, 000 dollars debt to loan sharks, and he requested his ex-wife to sell their house to get the money to pay the debt. But ex-wife sternly reprimanded and refused, the gambling addict then climbed out of his apartment onto the canopies threatened to jump off the building, however he was scared and was trapped on the canopy, unable to move. Neighbors found him instead so they called the police. Firefighters rushed to help him return to the house, to which his left foot was injured and sent to hospital for medical treatment.

     

    Man threatened to jump from a height was Chuk X Shen (49 years old). Sources said Chuk is a new immigrant who moves back to Dad's place living with dad after he and his wife divorce, but he has a gambling addiction that he loses more than wins. In addition to asking family members for money, he also lives his life by stretch, relying on by borrowing to make ends meet who earlier borrows money from loan sharks owing 80,000 in debt. Due to his inability to repay money and fear of being chopped up at any time, he looks for his ex-wife requesting to sell the house for cash. However, his ex-wife is ballistic after hearing his request and yells at him to "Go to hell".

     

    Three o'clock yesterday afternoon, in To Kwa Wan Han, there was a old building on Chun Fat Street where Chuk was despair inside his dad's home on fifth floor. When his father wasn't looking, Chuk climbed out of the window and stood on dangerous canopies threatening to commit suicide by jumping off the building. However, he had acrophobia who held onto clothes rack and couldn't move. Some passersby witnessed the incident and called the police. Firefighters immediately rushed to the scene and after half an hour, Chuk surrendered because of acrophobia and allowed firefighters to take him inside the home. Afterward, he was sent to the hospital for examination.


    Good samaritan trafficked Drugs, sentenced to 4 years 9 months

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    Good samaritan trafficked Drugs, sentenced to 4 years 9 months

    source: takungpao

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    Wan Chi-wah, A 24 years old good samaritan assisted in the hunt for robbers and received the Good Citizen Award allegedly trafficked Little K (ketamine) for criminals because he needed to raise money for urgently needed medical treatment to save his girlfriend's father. Unluckily, he was stopped and searched by the police, and arrested. "The good samaritan" pleaded guilty to one count of trafficking in dangerous drugs, and was sentenced to imprisonment for four years nine months in the High Court yesterday. When passing the sentence, the judge said drug trafficking is a serious offense, and he could only give a modest reduction of sentence even if the defendant is of good character and had been given the Good Citizen Award.


    15-years-old girl indecently assaulted a 10-year-old boy

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    15-years-old girl indecently assaulted a 10-year-old boy

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    A Tsing Yi child welfare institution revealed an alarming case of indecent behavior in which a 15-years-old girl allegedly indecent assaulted a 10 years old. The incident was discovered by staff and staff called police, to which the police arrested the girl after an investigation, but the girl was released on bail pending for investigation.

     

    Earlier, the girl was arranged to live in the aforementioned institution. This week Sunday evening, she and the boy were playing video games in a room together until late night, and they did not leave the room. The next day (Monday) at noon, staff found the two in the same room, during which the boy reported his pants was taken off by the girl and violated. In view of the serious situation, staff called for police assistance. Police arrived at the scene to investigate, and arrested the girl in connection with the case.

     

    Yesterday, Police spokesman said after investigating they arrested a 15-years-old girl in connection with the case, and the case is classified as indecent assault to deal with, which will be followed up by Kwai Chung Police District Criminal Investigation Team. Social Welfare Department spokesman said that the case report has yet to be sent to them and will contact the relevant organization to understand the situation.


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