Retired senior police officer and wife released on HK$50,000 bail in manslaughter case at MTR Siu Hong Station last year

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25th May 2022 – (Hong Kong) A retired senior police officer and his wife had a dispute with a male van driver at a taxi stand outside MTR Siu Hong Station in November last year. The male driver was later sent to hospital and he was certified dead. The retired senior police officer and his wife were charged with one count of manslaughter. The case appeared for mention at Tuen Mun Magistrates’ Courts this morning (25th). Chief Magistrate adjourned the case to 25th August for further mention and granted the defendants a bail of HK$50,000. They were not allowed to leave Hong Kong and must live at the reported address during the trial period.

The defendants, 57-year-old retiree Kwong Tak-wing and 58-year-old police station laundry supervisor Lee Kwai-fong, were charged with one count of manslaughter. 2 were charged with unlawfully killing Chan Kwok-leung at a taxi stand outside Exit A of MTR Siu Hong Station on 28th November, 2021. It is reported that Kwong, a retired senior police officer, parked the car on the site at the time of the incident, and then went shopping with his wife nearby. When they turned back to pick up the car, they found that their vehicle was blocked by the van, and the two argued with the other driver.

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