KD 400 bag stolen
A 29-year-old female citizen told police in Mubarak Al-Kabeer governorate that an unidentified person stole her bag in a five-star hotel when she left it on the table and went for a buffet. She said her bag, which is worth KD 400, was stolen along with its contents including her driving license, car keys and an iPhone 6.
A Bangladeshi cleaner was killed after his Nepalese colleague ran him over in Khaitan in an apparent work mishap. The Nepalese man backed the garbage truck without realizing someone was behind, until other workers screamed. They called interior ministry operations, but the man was already dead. The body was recovered and an involuntary manslaughter case was lodged.
A citizen justified beating his Iranian wife by saying “she ridicules everything”. The woman went to Adan Hospital and obtained a medical report showing the injuries she sustained, then went to Fitnas police station where she filed a complaint. She said this is not the first time he beat her, adding that she cannot bear his behavior any more. The citizen was summoned, and he did not deny her assertions, and said she is always ridiculing things and does not like anything.
An Indian worker ingested cleaning agents at his sponsor’s house in an attempt to commit suicide, and was rushed to hospital saying “I want to die”. A security source said a citizen found the Indian in severe pain with a bottle of a cleaning liquid next to him. The citizen took him to Farwaniya Hospital, where he was placed in the ICU after undergoing a gastric lavage. Rabiya police went to the hospital and received a medical report, and the Indian was charged with attempted suicide.
Jahra detectives are looking for thieves who stole the contents of an impounded car in the municipality scrap area. A security source said a complaint was received by Saad AlAbdullah police from a citizen who told them that when he went to collect his car, he noticed that its tires, lights and some spare parts were missing.
A citizen was taken to the criminal detectives department for questioning after he tried to smuggle a firearm and a wireless system into the country. A customs source said the citizen arrived at dawn at a local border outlet and the firearm was found under the passenger’s seat. Meanwhile, an Ethiopian woman was sent to the Drugs Control General Department for attempting to smuggle two kilos of qat. She told airport customs officers she did not know qat is among the banned substances. — Al-Anbaa and Al-Rai