22 illegal expats caught at Khaitan cheap calls centre Suicide suspected as elderly man found dead

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 8: Farwaniya securitymen recently raided an illegal den that provided international calls at low cost and arrested 22 expatriates with expired residency in Khaitan.
According to security sources, when Farwaniya securitymen received information about a gang in Khaitan that provided facilities for international calls at low cost, a team was formed for investigation.
After securitymen closed the entrances and exits of the area, an undercover agent was sent to the den on the pretext of making an international call.
When securitymen received a signal from the agent, they raided the location and arrested 22 expatriates of different nationalities.
They checked their details and discovered that their residencies were expired.
They were arrested and referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action.
Securitymen also coordinated with the concerned authorities to disconnect the lines that were used by the suspects to make international calls.
Meanwhile, securitymen recently carried out an impromptu raid on Mohammad Bin Al-Qasim Street, and arrested 17 male and female hawkers who were found selling used clothes, vegetables and spoiled food items.
They were arrested and referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action.

‘Stuntmen’ arrested: Jahra securitymen arrested 10 individuals and seized their vehicles during impromptu security campaigns that were launched in Waha, Qas’r, Oyoun and Taima areas against reckless drivers and violators of traffic rules.
Sources indicated that intensive security campaigns will continue in order to eliminate such negative phenomena that endanger the lives of other road users.

Man found dead: The remains of an unidentified elderly man who allegedly committed suicide inside his room in Bneid Al-Gar by hanging himself with a rope one end tied to the ceiling and the other around his neck, have been referred to Forensics, reports Al-Rai daily.
Acting on information personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department and paramedics rushed to the bachelors’ quarters in the area and found the corpse lying on the floor.
A case has been registered at the Dai’ya Police Station. Police are investigating the motive for the suicide.

‘Blackmailer’ caught: Police have arrested an unidentified Arab man for allegedly attempting to blackmail a Kuwait and trying to extort money from him, reports Al-Rai daily.
According to security sources the Kuwaiti, working for the Ministry of Defence was involved in a traffic accident in the Shuwaikh Industrial Area. The other man involved in the accident was an Arab man.
Following the accident both men exchanged a barrage of words and later ended up beating each other. The Arab suffered the most injuries including a broken arm.
After the incident the Kuwaiti left the scene of the accident and the Arab man filed a case against him.
Based on the car details given by the Arab man, the suspect was summoned for interrogation. The accused did not appear but his father came to the police station and tried to solve the issue amicably. He also told the ‘victim’ he was ready to compensate for the damage done to him and the latter allegedly demanded an astronomical figure of KD 30,000.
The father was shocked when he heard the demand and filed a complaint with the police following which police set a trap for the man and arrested him. The man has now been referred for investigation.

Man cheated: The Salmiya police have arrested a citizen of a European country or Jordanian origin for fraud and breach of trust, reports Al-Rai daily. The suspect reportedly took KD 5,500 from his cousin to invest in the European Stock Market and escaped with the money.
According to the complainant the suspect promised him 10 times more the value of his money.
 After parting with the money, the complainant said he waited for the profit and ended losing the principal amount.
When the victim filed the complaint police discovered the man was out of the country and took him into custody three days after arrival into the country.
He has been handed over to the Public Prosecution for interrogation.

3 shops broken into: Police are looking for unidentified persons who allegedly broke into three shops in the Shuwaikh Industrial Area and escaped with goods and money, reports Al-Rai daily.
According to the complaints filed by the owners of the shops, from the first shop the suspects escaped with KD 200 in cash, cheques worth KD 3,000 from the second shop and material worth KD 1,000 from the third shop.
Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted fingerprints to identify the culprit.
 

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