GCC drug peddler caught with 17 kilograms of hash

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 7: A GCC expatriate was arrested recently for possession of 17 kilograms of hashish.
According to a press statement issued by the Ministry of Interior, when the Directorate General for Drug Control received information about a GCC expatriate involved in drug trafficking, a team was formed for investigations.
An undercover agent was sent to the suspect to purchase a certain quantity of hashish. At the time of sale, securitymen closed upon the suspect and confiscated the hashish he had with him along with a sum of KD 700.
They checked his apartment and found 17 kilograms of hashish.
During interrogations, he revealed that he bought the drugs from one of his compatriots, who smuggled the drugs from the GCC country by road.
The suspect and items were referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action.

Two doing drugs:
Two Kuwaiti citizens were arrested recently in Salmiya for possession and consumption of drugs.
Reportedly, while securitymen were patrolling Salmiya, they noticed an individual parking his Japanese-made vehicle in front of a grocery store and playing loud music. They approached the vehicle and checked the identities of the two occupants to discover they are Kuwaiti citizens.
Sensing their disoriented state, securitymen checked the vehicle and found a cannabis cigarette. They were arrested and referred to Directorate General for Drug Control for necessary legal action against them.

Kuwaiti held with liquor: A Kuwaiti citizen was arrested in Ahmadi recently for possession of a bottle of locally brewed liquor.
Reportedly, while Ahmadi securitymen were patrolling the area, they stopped an individual who was walking by the road and carrying a bottle of water. They checked his identity and discovered he is a Kuwaiti citizen.
Detecting the smell of alcohol from him, securitymen checked the bottle he was holding and discovered it was filled with locally brewed liquor.
He was referred with the liquor bottle to the police station of the area for investigations.

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