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Gangs take advantage of the epidemic to expand underground gambling stall O detains 150 people, including Tsuen Wan Sheng and two bosses

2020-08-26T01:01:11.522Z

The new crown pneumonia epidemic is raging. Hong Kong’s entertainment venues have not been reopened for a long time. The mahjong halls that opened their doors to do business cannot be operated. It is understood that the gang Tsuen Wan and Shenghe took the opportunity to expand the "business" of casinos such as underground bamboo halls and "physical" baccarat, turning Tsuen Wan into an "underground casino".



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Written by: Ling Yide

2020-08-26 03:52

Last update date: 2020-08-26 08:50

The new crown pneumonia epidemic is raging. Hong Kong’s entertainment venues have not been reopened for a long time. The mahjong halls that opened their doors to do business cannot be operated. It is understood that the gang Tsuen Wan and Shenghe took the opportunity to expand the "business" of casinos such as underground bamboo halls and "physical" baccarat, turning Tsuen Wan into an "underground casino".

Tsuen Wan Shenghe Palestinian leader "Tiger Boy" was arrested. (Photo by Chen Yongwu)

According to sources, officers from the Organized Crime and Triad Investigation Division of the police took action in the early hours of today (26). They conducted a high-profile search of multiple locations in Tsuen Wan, uncovered multiple underground gambling stalls, and arrested at least 150 people, including host and gambling. Guest waiting.

In addition, in addition to underground gambling stalls, the gangs also operate in the business of releasing numbers. It is known that the interest rate reaches hundreds of percent, which can be described as "the king of vampires." The police also seized a number of books, showing that many debtors were stacked.

The arrest of the police continues. Some detectives searched a seven-person car in the parking lot of a building at the junction of Ham Tin Street and Sha Tsui Road at about 3 am. No contraband was found. It is known that the car was used by one of the gang members, "Tiger Boy". In addition, some detectives continued to search the target unit in various places such as Sancun Street and Chung On Street.

Tsuen Wan Shenghe leader "Mad Tan" was arrested. (Photo by Chen Yongwu)

Two gang leaders arrested

According to sources, two of the arrested persons, nicknamed "Tiger" and "Mad Tan", are known to be the protégés of He Ze, a man of He Sheng He in Tsuen Wan. He Ze also traded gambling stalls in the area. All the scores were given to the two protégés to "play dice". They can be regarded as winners and leaders in Tsuen Wan District.

Looking through the information, He Ze, also known as "Sha Ze", was not arrested this time. During the anti-amendment turmoil in August last year, many chicken pot shops and mahjong restaurants in Tsuen Wan’s Erbei Square, Chung On Street, etc. were destroyed. It was pointed out that He Ze’s sphere of influence was also rumored to be the case. "Blow Chicken" sent people to have trouble in Mong Kok.

The Pakistani "Tiger Boy" has many criminal records. Among them, in 2016, he was involved in a number of cases involving transnational snake groups, prostitution groups, and drug trafficking and was arrested.

The police seized some gambling equipment. (Photo by Chen Yongwu)

The police arrested more than 150 people. (Photo by Chen Yongwu)

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Source: hk1

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