Hong Kong police sergeant faces jail for stealing colleague’s credit cards to buy iPhones, McDonald’s fast food

A Hong Kong police sergeant who stole his colleague’s credit cards to buy smartphones and McDonald’s fast food has been convicted of six theft-related charges and remanded in custody ahead of sentencing.Johnny Lau Chun-ning, 35, pleaded guilty to three counts each of theft and obtaining property by deception at the District Court on Monday over the offences he committed just one month after he was promoted from constable in January 2019.Prosecutors said the now-suspended traffic officer first…

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