Four bootleggers arrested, eight held for absconding
Four people were arrested for making and selling liquor. The arrests were made after the place where the liquor was brewed was raided. Police found 261 bottles. The suspects, Indian, confessed to making the liquor and storing it in a dilapidated car. Meanwhile, residency detectives spotted seven women and a man in a car, whom they deemed suspicious. They were found in violation of residency law and reported absconding by their sponsors.
A security campaign was carried out in Nugra, where 377 persons were checked, 113 people wanted on civil cases were detained, including 44 absconders, 10 did not have IDs, eight had expired residency permits, one was arrested on drugs charges and one on suspicion of being drunk. Meanwhile, the Interior Ministry announced that surprise traffic campaigns during the period from Oct 30 to Nov 5 resulted in issuing 41,945 citations, 1,408 vehicles were impounded, 44 persons detained and 11 expats sent for deportation for driving without a license.
Kuwait Municipality Director General Ahmad Al-Manfouhi said he gave instructions that the law should be implemented against any violations in camping areas and they should be removed, adding that it is not acceptable to treat similarly those who licensed their camps and those who did not. Meanwhile Ahmadi governorate municipality branch director Fahd Al-Shateeli said a campaign resulted in the removal of 73 camps pitched in off-limit areas.
Eight people arrested for violation of labor and residency regulations.
Four people arrested for possession and sale of alcoholic drinks.
Drugs found during a police crackdown in Nugra.