De­tec­tives held for theft

Kuwait Times - - FROM THE ARABIC PRESS -

Four de­tec­tives and two Syr­i­ans were ar­rested for break­ing into a man’s house and rob­bing a safe. The sus­pect were identified through CCTV footage that the com­plainant pro­vided to po­lice. The four de­tec­tives broke into the cit­i­zen’s house look­ing for an un­li­censed weapon, leav­ing the door bro­ken. The owner was sur­prised on re­turn­ing home to find out that the safe was miss­ing. The six, in­clud­ing the four de­tec­tives were ar­rested for ques­tion­ing and fur­ther le­gal ac­tion by Salmiya po­lice sta­tion.

Of­fi­cer in­jured

A driver of a run­down truck failed to es­cape from po­lice, but ran over a tech­ni­cian de­lib­er­ately. The in­ci­dent took place in Kabd when of­fi­cers at a check­point no­ticed the truck and de­cided to im­pound the ve­hi­cle for safety rea­sons. The driver ran over the tech­ni­cian while try­ing to es­cape, but was stopped and de­tained. The of­fi­cer was sent to hos­pi­tal for treat­ment.

Smug­gling foiled

Two hashish rolls and 1,500 Tra­madol tablets were found with an Egyp­tian man min­utes af­ter he ar­rived to Kuwait. The man was taken from Kuwait In­ter­na­tional Air­port di­rectly to the Drugs Con­trol Gen­eral Depart­ment for fur­ther ac­tion.

With­out a li­cense

“Be like a horse, and never get tired by tak­ing this prod­uct.” This pro­mo­tion was written on a man’s so­cial me­dia ac­count which he used to sell aphro­disi­acs with­out a proper li­cense. Po­lice had stopped a car that turned out to be re­ported miss­ing by a car ren­tal agency. Po­lice no­ticed a bag of drugs next to the driver, and asked him about it. The man, bedoon (state­less), said the drugs were sex­ual stim­u­lants, and that he sold them on­line for KD 45 per box. He was taken to the proper au­thor­i­ties to face charges. — Al-Rai, Al-An­baa

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