Crime Man killed in three-way crash
KUWAIT: A Kuwaiti motorist was killed while two others were injured in a three-car collision reported along Mutlaa highway, said security sources. Paramedics, firefighters and police rushed to the scene as soon as the accident was reported, but discovered that one victim had already succumbed to his fatal wounds. His body was left for criminal detectives while the other two were rushed to the hospital. A case was filed to investigate the causes of the crash.
A young citizen was badly injured when six others with whom he had a fight earlier inside a Farwaniya shopping mall resumed the fight outside and stabbed him, said security sources. The man was rushed to Farwaniya hospital and admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU). A case was filed for investigations.
Drunk couple caught
A citizen and his Kuwaiti girlfriend were arrested outside a building where they had been drinking in Fintas, said security sources. The couple were shouting at each other, after which one of the tenants called the police. On checking the suspects, the man was found wanted for break and entry while the woman was found wanted for a KD 6,000 financial claim.
Harboring a fugitive
A citizen was arrested in Salmiya for possessing illicit pills and harboring a fugitive; a female citizen who had been reported missing by her family, said security sources. The two were taken to the proper authorities for further action.
Two people, Asian and Arab, were recently arrested possessing copper cables that they claimed to have obtained from the desert. A case was filed and further investigation is in progress. They were held on suspicion of theft.
An Asian taxi driver was recently arrested in Mahboula with 85 homebrewed liquor bottles ready for sale, said security sources. The man was sent to the proper authorities to face several charges including alcohol making, possession and trafficking.
Car thief detained
A bedoon man in his forties was recently arrested in Hasawi area with illicit pills and some tools he had been using for breaking vehicles open and stealing their parts. He was taken to the proper authorities for further interrogation.
An African woman working for a cosmetics company was recently arrested in Riga’ie when detectives found out that her residency visa had expired 18 months earlier. Patrol officers had stopped the woman during a routine check, and apprehended her when they discovered that she had an expired visa. The woman was sent to the proper authorities for deportation.