Forged visa results in three arrests
KUWAIT: Residency detectives arrested an Egyptian mandoub (company representative), a Moroccan woman and a Syrian man for questioning in a forgery case. The case revolves around a suspected forgery of a visit visa. The visit visa was issued in the name of a man but then changed to a woman’s name. A security source said the Egyptian mandoub allegedly received a KD 1,000 bribe for facilitating the woman’s entry. The Syrian man said he was in Morocco and met the girl and planned to marry her, and denied involvement in forgery, saying that all he asked for was a service for the money. The woman said that she is in love with the Syrian who asked her to come to Kuwait.
Purse theft in hospital
Hawally prosecutor ordered an investigation into a theft case after a receptionist at a private hospital reported her purse stolen. The woman said she was busy with patients when someone stole her purse and fled. Detectives will review cameras to identify the alleged thief.
Drunk driver arrested
A man who does not have a driver’s license was arrested and taken to Maidan Hawally police station for allegedly driving while intoxicated. The arrest was made on the Arabian Gulf Road. He was remanded in custody pending further action.
Farwaniya police arrested a wanted citizen on four civil cases and one attempted murder case. He also had an imported liquor bottle with him. He was sent to concerned authorities. Separately, a Libyan man was arrested in Salmiya. The man is wanted for a two year jail sentence on drugs charges.
A felony case was filed when a woman told police a citizen named (M.A) stole her phone. Meanwhile in an unrelated case, a thief stole the license plate of a car, along with its back wheels, and a computer which was in the trunk. The theft occurred at Jahra Hospital’s parking lot.
Man beats girlfriend
A citizen beat his girlfriend because she did not tell him she was traveling, then took away her mobile phone. The woman went to the local police station, filed a case and press charges against her boyfriend. Police are investigating.
A citizen reported to police that her housemaid robbed her KD 800-worth jewelry and absconded. Detectives are investigating.