Duo ar­rested with 6,000 Tra­madol pills

Kuwait Times - - FROM THE ARABIC PRESS -

KUWAIT: Crim­i­nal de­tec­tives ar­rested four per­sons with pos­ses­sion of 6,000 Tra­madol tablets they in­tended to sell in Khai­tan. A se­cu­rity source said that de­tec­tives asked an un­der­cover source to buy Tra­madol tablets from one of the sus­pects, and the ar­rest was made dur­ing the ex­change. The sus­pect then told de­tec­tives about three other ac­com­plices of his, who were ar­rested and sent to the Drugs Con­trol Gen­eral Depart­ment.

Ex-con ar­rested Cap­i­tal po­lice ar­rested an ex-con­vict af­ter foil­ing his at­tempt to es­cape on foot. The sus­pect was found wanted on 18 felony and civil cases. He was sent to crim­i­nal de­tec­tives. A se­cu­rity source said that po­lice­men stopped a ve­hi­cle while on a night mis­sion. The driver seemed ner­vous, so the of­fi­cers in­quired about him and dis­cov­ered that he is wanted au­thor­i­ties. When the sus­pect was asked to step out of the car, he came out then started to run away, but was chased down and ar­rested fol­low­ing a fierce re­sis­tance.

Drunk em­ployee A cit­i­zen went fu­ri­ous when he dis­cov­ered his driver drunk. The cit­i­zen heard loud laughs com­ing from his driver’s room and dis­cov­ered that he had been drink­ing with an­other man, so he locked them in and called po­lice. A po­lice pa­trol went to the house and found the two ex­tremely drunk, so they were taken to the po­lice sta­tion and were charged with drunk­en­ness.

Drunk driver caught Southern roads pa­trols ar­rested an ex-con­vict drink­ing al­co­hol in his car, and found three bot­tles of liquor along with seven cans of beer with his pos­ses­sion. The driver was stopped as he was driv­ing reck­lessly. The sus­pect was sent to the Drug Con­trol Gen­eral Depart­ment for fur­ther ac­tion.

Break in and theft A beauty salon owner in Jabriya filed a case with lo­cal po­lice, say­ing that uniden­ti­fied thieves broke into the salon and stole cash and ma­te­rial from in­side. Fin­ger­prints were lifted from the scene. The pros­e­cu­tion or­dered the case to be reg­is­tered as a felony. The case was given to de­tec­tives to iden­tify the sus­pects.

Pedes­trian mugged A man im­per­son­at­ing a de­tec­tive stopped a pedes­trian in Fa­ha­heel, then stole his cell phone and KD 260 in cash af­ter beat­ing him up when the vic­tim re­fused to al­low him to search him. The sus­pect then es­caped in a ve­hi­cle that car­ried no li­cense plates, ac­cord­ing to the vic­tim’s state­ments he made at the area’s po­lice sta­tion. De­tec­tives are work­ing on the case. —Al-Rai

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