Hong Kong media: Hong Kong police arrested 11 more people
Hong Kong’s “Sing Tao Net” reported on March 1 that the Hong Kong police said that 11 people were arrested early this morning (1st). They are suspected of being related to the violent clashes at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in November the previous year and will be brought to court tomorrow morning.
According to reports, 11 people were arrested early this morning, including 7 men and 4 women, aged between 17 and 26. According to the police, these 11 people have been charged with a crime of “participating in a riot.” One of them was charged with 3 additional charges, including rioting, resisting police officers performing their duties, and possessing offensive weapons in a public place, and the other An additional charge of “unlicensed possession of radio communication appliances”.
According to the report, the police had arrested 12 people on February 19, and they were also suspected of being involved in the violent clashes at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in November the previous year. 11 of them needed to be remanded in custody and one was granted bail.
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