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Pinoys in fake ID and burglary case denied bail

22 January 2020

By Vir B. Lumicao

The Filipino suspects failed in their bail bid at Eastern Court

A Filipino-Chinese former worker at Hong Kong Disneyland being held for allegedly being in possession of a forged ID card has been refused bail by a magistrate in Eastern Court.

C. Arzaga appeared on Jan 22 before Magistrate Bina Chainrai with an offer to raise his bail money to $5,000 from $3,000. His lawyer said the defendant also has somebody to put up a $5,000 surety for his release.

The defendant is facing one count of possessing a forged identity card and another of possessing Part 1 poison, meaning a prescription drug.

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The prosecutor objected to Arzaga’s bail and surety offer, saying he was caught red-handed by officers and, if convicted, would draw a long jail sentence.

But the defense counsel said Arzaga was determined to seek bail because he had a young son to look after. The lawyer said his client also needed to collect his stuff from a hotel where he was staying when he was arrested this month.    

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Chainrai refused Arzaga’s bail application and ordered him remanded in custody until the next hearing on Jan. 30.

In the same court, a Hong Kong-born Filipino bartender and his British buddy detained in connection with a burglary attempt also failed in their bail application.

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Defendants M A Miranda and C Floresca, both 23, appeared in court nearly three months since they were arrested by police at dawn last Oct 28 while allegedly trying to break into The Globe pub in Central.

Chainrai ordered the defendants remanded in custody until the next hearing on Feb. 19.
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