Drug ad­dict dies in hos­pi­tal

Kuwait Times - - FROM THE ARABIC PRESS -

Three men rushed their friend to the hos­pi­tal, but he died af­ter abus­ing ‘chem­i­cal’ drug; a va­ri­ety of Spice with added chem­i­cals, in­side a car. A source said the three friends took the vic­tim to Mubarak Hos­pi­tal un­con­scious, but he was de­clared dead. The men ad­mit­ted us­ing drugs in the car. They were ar­rested and will face fur­ther le­gal ac­tion. The body of the de­ceased was re­cov­ered by the coro­ner who will sub­mit a re­port on the cir­cum­stances of the man’s death.


The body of an Amer­i­can was re­cov­ered by the coro­ner af­ter be­ing found in the flat of a Filip­ina in Fin­tas. The Filip­ina called po­lice, telling them an Amer­i­can fell ill in her flat, so po­lice and paramedics went to the flat and found out the man was dead. The Filip­ina said the Amer­i­can was vis­it­ing her and col­lapsed sud­denly. In­ves­ti­ga­tions are un­der­way to de­ter­mine the ex­act cause of death.


A cit­i­zen ac­cused an Egyp­tian of swin­dling him out of KD 2,000, the value of car spare parts. When po­lice checked on him, they found him wanted over nine cases. The cit­i­zen said he agreed with the Egyp­tian to im­port spare parts for his car and paid him KD 2,000, and the Egyp­tian told him it will take a week. The cit­i­zen re­peat­edly called the Egyp­tian but he did not re­spond.

False claims

Hawally de­tec­tives un­cov­ered the false claims of a cit­i­zen of be­ing swin­dled by an­other who sold him two rings with pre­cious stones. They found he was at­tempt­ing to sell them at a higher price, and when he failed, he claimed an ex­pert told him they were fake. In­ves­ti­ga­tions are un­der­way.

Of­fi­cer as­saulted

A Syr­ian woman went to a Jahra po­lice sta­tion to file a com­plaint and was very up­set. She ar­gued with an of­fi­cer there, in­sulted and hit him, in­jur­ing his hand. Col­leagues of the of­fi­cer brought her un­der con­trol and she was charged with as­sault and in­sult­ing and of­fi­cial. In­ves­ti­ga­tions are un­der­way. —

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