Raids net over 100 Males, females, gays ‘fun-seekers’

KUWAIT CITY, May 19: About 130 male and female youths and 40 drunken people were arrested and 14 others referred for deportation during a security campaign officers from the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) organized, under the supervision of Assistant Undersecretary for Security Affairs Major General Sheikh Ahmad Al-Khalifa.
Security sources confirmed the weekend raid across the country was based on the instructions of Sheikh Al-Khalifa.
Among the 130 people arrested in suspicious apartments were 65 females, 78 males, 4 gays and 2 transvestites.

Illegals nabbed: In line with directives from Farwaniya Security Chief Major General Abdul-Fatah Al-Ali, security operatives attached to the area command conducted an extensive campaign and arrested 26 residency violators and 4 people wanted by law.
The suspects were arrested at a checkpoint along the Mohammad Bin Al-Qasim Street, as they failed to verify their status.
Meanwhile, security operatives from Hawalli apprehended 20 people for violating residency law. Sources said some of them were wanted for absconding plus other offences.

Hoax bomb call: An unidentified man has been arrested for falsely informing the security officials about a bomb placed in a school in Tai’ma.
According to sources, security forces and firefighters rushed to the school when they received information about the bomb. The Director of Jahra Security Major General Ibrahim Al-Tarah led the security forces team.
However, after carrying out necessary checks at the location, the security forces realized that the information was false.
A case was registered against the anonymous caller and eventually, the team managed to track the call to identify the caller, who was arrested and referred to the concerned authorities for serious legal action.

By: Munaif Nayef Special to the Arab Times

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