The South China Morning Post reported that Hong Kong police stopped a 14-year-old teenager, suspected of belonging to a triad (criminal organizations of Chinese origin that have their base in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Continental China), and the Incauto of ten weapons during a raid made on Tuesday in public housing.
Four Japanese Samurai Swords, a lighter-shaped pistol, a retractable pistol and a duster were some of the weapons seized in a department of Tsui Yeung, in the urbanization Tsui Ping (North), next to Hiu Ming Street, in Kwun Tong, according to Inspector Lau Kai-Yin, from the criminal brigade of the Kwun Tong district.
"The weapons met saved in backpacks and hidden areas," he said. "Our preliminary investigation showed that members of the suspect's family were not aware of the storage of weapons in the department." Lau said that the suspect was a second-degree student and an initial investigation revealed that the adolescent had a history on the Sun Yee ON triad, but was not related to any criminal case. The boy was arrested for possession of an offensive weapon, a crime that involves a maximum of two years in prison.
The agents raided the apartment and found the wedding of arms - among them a dagger, a butterfly knife and a baseball bat - after receiving information. The seized swords were not sharp. Lau said the police continued to investigate if the floor had been used as a mini arsenal by a band of triads.
A police source said the weapons had been stored on the floor up to two months. "The investigation revealed that a member of the 18-year-old triad to whom the suspect was supposedly sent to him to keep the weapons in his house," said the source, adding that the weapons could be used in a fight. He said that a persecution was being carried out throughout the city of the 18-year-old triad. By the way, why then is this arrest relevant in Japanese forums? The answer is simple: It turns out that the designs of the swords are too similar, but is that identical, some of the Nichirin swords of Kimetsu not Yaiba.
Source: South China Morning Post / Kimetsu No Yaiba
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