Paging Dr Feelgood: hospital hosts bust

Paging Dr Feelgood: hospital hosts bust

In a repeat of a scene that unfolded late last year, yet another round of dealers and addicts were scooped up this week when police again raided the area in front of the capital’s Lok Sang Hospital.

The December bust yielded only five arrests, but this time a group of 16, ranging from 16 to 35 years old, was hauled in.

Despite relatively scant evidence collected, included four bags of meth and some drug paraphernalia, all were taken in for “education”.



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