The police smashed two suspected illegal gambling stalls in Sham Shui Po and Tsuen Wan today (6th) and arrested a total of 18 people, including 3 wanted criminals. All the arrested people are being detained for investigation.
During the operation, the police seized a batch of gambling equipment, a batch of recharge point game cards, two fishing machines, five game machines, a card reader and about 18,500 yuan in gambling money.
The police smashed a suspected illegal fishing machine gambling booth on Fuk Wing Street in Sham Shui Po and seized a batch of gambling equipment.
(provided by the police)
Based on tips and in-depth investigations, officers of the Special Duty Team of the Sham Shui Po Police District launched an anti-triad operation in the district this evening. They raided a unit on Fuk Wing Street and smashed the gambling files involved in the case.
A 48-year-old man surnamed Li was arrested on suspicion of "managing a gambling establishment".
The police also arrested 4 other men and 2 women (aged 22 to 59) on suspicion of "gambling in a gambling establishment".
Two of the men failed to produce their identity documents and were arrested on suspicion of "going out without their identity documents".
After investigation, the police also found that 2 men and 1 woman were wanted persons.
During the operation, the police seized a batch of gambling equipment, a batch of game cards with recharge points and about 3,500 yuan of gambling money.
The police smashed a suspected illegal fishing machine gambling stall on Fuk Wing Street in Sham Shui Po and arrested 7 men and women.
(provided by the police)
The Anti-Triad Operation Team and the Special Duty Team of the Tsuen Wan Police District raided a unit in Erpifang at about 5 pm today, busted a suspected illegal gambling stall, and arrested a 55-year-old woman surnamed Li. Gambling Establishments” and the Prevention and Control of Disease (Requirements and Directions) (Business and Premises) Regulations (Cap. 599F).
Another seven local men, two local women and a mainland man (aged 27 to 52) were arrested on suspicion of "gambling in a gambling establishment".
They were also suspected of not wearing masks in the venue, violating Chapter 599F, and were issued a fixed penalty notice.
During the operation in Tsuen Wan, the police seized two fishing machines, five game machines, a card reader, a batch of game cards and about 15,000 yuan in gambling money.
Another gambling stall, two women charged
In addition, officers from the Sham Shui Po Police District smashed another suspected illegal fishing machine gambling stall in a unit on Tai Nan Street on the 2nd of this month. A 35-year-old local woman was arrested for one count of "managing a gambling establishment", and another 42 The year-old woman was charged with one count of "gambling in a gambling establishment" and appeared in West Kowloon Magistrates' Courts on the 12th of this month.
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