Indians arrested in liquor trafficking

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 13: The Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh police have taken into custody three unidentified Indians for possessing and trading in locally manufactured booze, reports Al-Rai daily.

According to security sources a police patrol on routine duty in the area saw a Japanese car moving from a dirt road which was parked between trucks.

The patrolmen suspected the movement of the occupants and ordered them to stop. When police asked for their IDs, it was obvious they looked nervous.

Police then searched their vehicle and seized 80 bottles of locally manufactured booze. The daily added the booze and the suspects have been handed over to the General Department for Drugs Control.

The daily added, one of the suspects tried in vain to escape but a policeman chased and arrested him.

22 illegals caught: During a crackdown on residence law violators, the Jahra police have arrested 22 expatriates of various nationalities - some for overstaying in the country after the expiry of their residence permit, others for violating labor law and yet others who were wanted by law in civil cases, reports Al-Jaridah daily.

Currency forged: Police have arrested an unidentified Pakistani man for forging Kuwaiti currency, reports Al-Jaridah daily. The arrest came after the suspect paid for his health insurance fee KD 60 and the official who received the money discovered the banknotes were forged.
The Pakistani has been handed over to the concerned authorities.

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