Child mo­lester de­ported

Kuwait Times - - FROM THE ARABIC PRESS -

An Egyp­tian man in his 60s was de­ported af­ter he was caught mo­lest­ing chil­dren in a Far­waniya mall. Se­cu­rity guards at the mall sus­pected the man who used to lure chil­dren who were away from their par­ents, and took them to cor­ners and toi­lets. When they re­viewed CCTV tapes, they found out that he sex­u­ally mo­lested them. Se­cu­rity men handed a CD con­tain­ing the footage to po­lice who ar­rested the sus­pect and he later con­fessed to com­mit­ting the crimes. Au­thor­i­ties de­cided to de­port him as the vic­tims’ fam­i­lies chose against lodg­ing com­plaints.

Theft

An Ira­nian man who works at the scrap yard told Su­laibiya po­lice that he was stopped by a man wear­ing a dish­dasha who in­tro­duced him­self as a de­tec­tive, then robbed him. The sus­pect re­port­edly got out of his car and ac­cused the Ira­nian of be­ing on drugs, then asked him to empty his pock­ets. The Ira­nian, who had around KD 1,000 in cash with him, was then robbed and the sus­pect es­caped. The vic­tim gave po­lice the li­cense plate num­ber of the sus­pect’s car; which was found out to be re­ported stolen.

Mug­ging

A Kuwaiti mi­nor was beaten by an un­known per­son in Al-Qu­soor. The sus­pect took the mi­nor’s mo­bile phone, as the vic­tim’s fa­ther lodged a com­plaint at Adan po­lice sta­tion. He said that he di­aled his son’s num­ber which was an­swered by a man work­ing in a mo­bile phone shop, who told him he bought the phone from a per­son, and gave him his de­tails and phone num­ber. Po­lice will sum­mon the sus­pect as in­ves­ti­ga­tions are un­der­way.

Do­mes­tic vi­o­lence

A Le­banese woman was beaten by her hus­band, and she lodged a com­plaint at the po­lice sta­tion. The hus­band is be­ing sum­moned for ques­tion­ing.

Scam

A con artist stole KD 40,000 from sev­eral peo­ple af­ter get­ting to know them through so­cial me­dia, then he threat­ened to ex­pose them if they de­manded their money back. The Gulf na­tional lured women into be­liev­ing that he loved them, and later claimed that his el­derly fa­ther was in need of fi­nan­cial help. One woman gave him KD 20,000 she got through a loan, while an­other paid him KD 15,000 and a third KD 5,000. The man then ig­nored the three women and then threat­ened to ex­pose them if they called him again. The women lodged com­plaints against him and he was ar­rested.

Ar­rests

A drunk cit­i­zen got out of his car and re­moved the li­cense plates of an Asian man’s ve­hi­cle. The in­ci­dent took place at a traf­fic sig­nal be­tween Qu­rain and Mubarak AlKabeer. The Asian called po­lice, who came and took the sus­pect to the po­lice sta­tion. The car he was driv­ing was found to be re­ported miss­ing by a car rental agency. Sep­a­rately, Hawally po­lice ar­rested a drug ad­dict who used to rob pedes­tri­ans, and was also dis­cov­ered to be wanted on civil cases. Po­lice also found drugs on him. He was sent to con­cerned au­thor­i­ties. — Trans­lated from the Ara­bic press

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