Wednesday, September 3, 2014   

Teen arrested over 'storm Legco' guide
(06-19 11:10)

Police have arrested a 15-year-old boy on suspicion of being linked to a guide circulated on the internet on how to storm the Legislative Council building.
The suspect was arrested in Mong Kok by Commercial Crime Bureau officers.
Police say he was arrested for allegedly inciting others to cause criminal damage and assault police officers, and of dishonest use of a computer.
Officers say the youth is also thought to have taken part in an illegal assembly last Friday in Central - the day when a group of demonstrators, protesting against plans to build two new towns in the northeast New Territories, stormed the Legco building.
A force spokesman said the boy had been released on bail, and ordered to report back in the middle of next month. --RTHK   
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