Girlfriend raped Bangladeshi in drug trafficking

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 21: A Kuwaiti citizen was arrested recently in Salmiya for raping an Arab woman and stealing her wristwatch and gold ring.
According to security sources, the victim had lodged a complaint against the suspect, accusing him of raping her in a flat in Salmiya and stealing her wristwatch and gold ring.
She revealed to securitymen that she was his girlfriend for three years. She explained that she had accompanied him that evening for dinner to a restaurant, after which he had requested her to visit his flat to see the new furniture he purchased.
However, after she entered the flat, she was shocked when he placed his hand on a sensitive area of her body and tried to convince her to go to the bedroom with him. When she tried to escape, he hit her and raped her.
He then took her wristwatch and gold ring and dropped her to her vehicle that she had parked in front of the restaurant.
She immediately rushed to the police station of the area to lodge the complaint. Securitymen rushed to the apartment and arrested the Kuwaiti citizen.
During interrogations, he denied the accusations. Necessary action was taken against him and he was detained in police custody to be referred to the Public Prosecution.

B’deshi in drug trafficking: A Bangladeshi expatriate was arrested recently for drug trafficking and possession of 250 grams of heroin.
According to security sources, when the Directorate General for Drug Control received information about an Asian expatriate involved in drug trafficking, a team was formed for investigations.
After confirming the tip-off, they took legal measures and rushed to the location where they arrested the suspect and found five medium-sized packs each containing 50 grams of heroin with him.
The suspect was referred with the items to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against him.
Meanwhile, an Indian expatriate sustained head and face injuries when two others physically attacked him during a quarrel in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh recently.
When the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information from a passerby that two individuals were attacking another in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, securitymen and paramedics rushed to the location and found an Indian expatriate lying on the ground and bleeding from his face and head.
Securitymen arrested the two suspects. During interrogations, they revealed that the quarrel was over former disputes. They were detained in police custody to be referred to Public Prosecution.

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