Bedoun accuses acquaintance of raping his two sons

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 7:  A 40-year old Bedoun filed a complaint in Waha police station accusing a person he knows of molesting and raping his sons, 13 and 15 years old respectively, reports Al-Rai daily.
The man claimed the accused had lured his sons to a stable for horses in Waha about three weeks ago and raped them successfully.
He provided details of the suspect and police are since looking for him. A case has been registered.

Absconders caught: An Indian expatriate and two women of Indian and Sri Lankan nationalities were arrested recently in Farwaniya, as absconding cases were filed against the women.
Reportedly, while Farwaniya securitymen were patrolling the area, they suspected two women who came out of a building wearing ‘abaya’ and ‘niqab’ and entered a vehicle that was parked near the building.
Securitymen approached the driver of the vehicle and checked his ID to discover he is an Indian expatriate working as the driver of a Kuwaiti family in Rehab.
They checked the details of the women and discovered one is Indian while other is Sri Lankan. They also discovered that absconding cases were filed against them. During questioning, the Indian expatriate revealed that he was in a relationship with one of the women.
They were arrested and referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against them.

Shops looted: Unknown individuals burgled three shops belonging to three Kuwaiti citizens in Shuwaikh Industrial Area and stole several expensive items.
According to security sources, the three citizens rushed to Shuwaikh police station and filed cases of burglary.
One of the Kuwaiti citizens informed securitymen that the thieves who broke the front door of the store and stole KD 200 from the cashbox.
The second citizen said chequebooks and other cheques worth KD 12,000, which belonged to other companies, were stolen from his store.
Meanwhile, the third citizen said electrical cables and beauty items worth KD 1,800 were stolen from his store.
Securitymen and CED officers rushed to the location, lifted fingerprints and collected other evidences.
Investigations are ongoing to arrest the suspect and retrieve the stolen items and cash.

Death threats sent: Police are looking for an unidentified person for sending death threat e-mails to a Kuwaiti citizen, reports Al-Rai daily.
According to the complainant, who is believed to be 34 years old, the suspect is someone who knows him very well because he knows much details about his private life.
Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department are looking for the suspect.
However, the complainant has not pointed a finger of accusation at anyone.

Four hurt in fight: Four people - two Kuwaitis and two unidentified persons - who were injured during a bloody fight at an unidentified location have been admitted to the Jahra Hospital, reports Al-Anba daily.
Without going into details the daily said the victims were taken to the hospital by paramedics.
Police investigations are continuing.

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