Three drug deal­ers caught

Kuwait Times - - Local -

The In­for­ma­tion and Se­cu­rity In­for­ma­tion Depart­ment at the In­te­rior Min­istry re­leased a state­ment com­mented on a video on so­cial me­dia show­ing an at­tack on a woman’s house. It ex­plained that Bayan po­lice sta­tion sent pa­trol­men to the scene in re­sponse to an emer­gency call. Po­lice ap­pre­hended a num­ber of peo­ple who were stand­ing in front of the house, and sent them to the po­lice sta­tion for ques­tion­ing.

In­te­rior Min­istry’s Un­der­sec­re­tary Lt Gen Es­sam Al-Nah­ham sent five ex­pa­tri­ates for ques­tion­ing for re­pair­ing ve­hi­cles with­out a po­lice or­der, as the law stip­u­lates an or­der must be ob­tained be­fore any re­pairs are done. A se­cu­rity source said the un­der­sec­re­tary saw sports cars be­ing re­paired in garages, but when he asked for the or­ders, they didn’t have them, Al-An­baa re­ported.

Ah­madi prose­cu­tor or­dered the ar­rest of two iden­ti­cal ve­hi­cles for ram­ming into a cit­i­zen’s ve­hi­cle. The cit­i­zen said one of the driv­ers pulled a firearm in his face be­fore es­cap­ing. Charges of pos­ses­sion of a firearm, dam­ag­ing other peo­ple’s prop­erty and caus­ing harm de­lib­er­ately await the sus­pects.

The fi­nan­cial crimes depart­ment, in co­op­er­a­tion with de­tec­tives, are look­ing for uniden­ti­fied per­sons who spread forged KD 10 notes in the mar­ket. A se­cu­rity source said the search be­gan fol­low­ing of­fi­cial re­ports from gas sta­tions about the forged notes.

Three ex­pats were sent to the pub­lic pros­e­cu­tion and charged with trad­ing in drugs by the di­rec­tor gen­eral of Drugs Con­trol Gen­eral Depart­ment. Tips were re­ceived about a house­hold driver in Adailiya who sold drugs to ex­pats and

Sheep thieves seem to be ac­tive days be­fore Eid Al-Adha, as nine sheep were stolen from two hold­ing pens in Wafra, ac­cord­ing to com­plaints by two cit­i­zens.

Fire­men ex­tin­guish flames en­gulf­ing a ve­hi­cle at an open square in Khai­tan. Forged ban­knotesused his em­ployer’s car for de­liv­ery. The driver’s room was searched and 30 gm of shabu was found. Mean­while, tips were re­ceived about an Egyp­tian man sell­ing mar­i­juana in Salmiya, so an un­der­cover agent was sent to him and the ar­rest was made dur­ing the ex­change. Po­lice found 50 gm of mar­i­juana at his place. He said his room­mate also traded in drugs, so he was ar­rested too.

KUWAIT: A man who placed his daugh­ter in the trunk of his car was ar­rested by crim­i­nal de­tec­tives and charged with neg­li­gence and caus­ing psy­cho­log­i­cal and bod­ily harm to the child. Po­lice iden­ti­fied the man fol­low­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tions af­ter video footage show­ing him stand­ing next to a child seated in a ve­hi­cle’s trunk went vi­ral on so­cial me­dia. The man was sent to so­ci­etal po­lice fol­low­ing his ar­rest to be ques­tioned, as he faces le­gal ac­tion un­der the child pro­tec­tion law.Khai­tan fireFire­men dealt with a blaze that en­gulfed three ve­hi­cles in Khai­tan. Fire­men from Far­waniya fire sta­tion led by Maj Ab­dul­lah Al-Mu­tairi re­sponded to the call, and were able to ex­tin­guish the flames. No in­juries were re­ported. Mean­while, an in­ves­ti­ga­tion was opened to re­veal the cause of the fire. KUWAIT: This screen­grab re­leased by the In­te­rior Min­istry shows a man stand­ing next to a child seated in a ve­hi­cle’s trunk. The man was ar­rested yes­ter­day on child neg­li­gence and abuse charges.

With­out a po­lice or­der Search for sus­pects

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