Hefty fines sought to curb accidents, prevent deaths Bedoun held for raping juveniles in stolen cars

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 26: The General Traffic Department has finalised a study on toughening penalties for those who commit serious traffic violations, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The study will be submitted to the Minister of Interior for approval before it is sent to the National Assembly for approval. According to reliable ministry sources the fines differ according to the type of violation.
For example, the sources said people who jump the red traffic signal will have to pay KD 250, reckless drivers and those driving against the flow of traffic will end up paying KD 200 and those parking their vehicles in slots designated for the physically handicapped will have to pay KD 150 while those speeding will have to pay double the current fine.
The sources pointed out however, doubling of traffic fines is a popular demand, especially after seeing an increase in road deaths and the rate of disability resulting from traffic accidents.
The sources revealed Assistant Undersecretary for Traffic Affairs Major-General Mustafa Al Zu’abi has adopted an ambitious traffic plan to place traffic patrols on all streets of Kuwait.
He has requested the ministry to provide him sufficient manpower and modern vehicles to successfully control the traffic movement.

Bedoun held: Police have arrested a bedoun for raping juveniles and stealing cars, reports Al-Rai daily.
A security source said the Hawalli police received several complaints from citizens and expatriates who complained about the theft of their cars - the cars which were kept with the engines on and the motorist stepped out to buy something.
The arrest came when a Lebanese juvenile filed a complaint with the Salmiya police accusing another youth of threatening to stab him with a knife, driving him to a desert in Sulaibiya and raping him.
Securitymen conducted intensive investigations and concluded that the rapist used a stolen car, which led to arrest of the suspect in Salmiya.
The juvenile recognized the rapist and the latter admitted to stealing 18 cars and using them in theft cases and commit rapes.

Woman cheated: A young Kuwaiti woman has filed a complaint with the Hawalli Police Station accusing a well-known Kuwait artist of fraud, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The complainant said she befriended the artist a few months ago and he promised to marry her in November.
The complainant added the artist then convinced her he was in bad need of money to make preparation for the wedding and ‘borrowed’ from her KD 25,000 as loan.
The victim managed to get a bank loan and gave the money to her lover. However she was shocked when he called to tell her and told her he would not be able to tie the knot for family reasons.
However, when she demanded her money the man began to avoid her. The artist will be summoned for questioning.

Smoking hashish: Three students of a school in Farwaniya have been arrested for smoking hashish cigarettes, reports Al-Shahed daily.
According to sources a teacher heard the students giggling inside the school toilet and discovered they were disoriented.
The students were then taken to the school administration which has promised to take legal measures against them. The daily gave no other details.

Slack security: In a strange incident, lawyer Nawaf Al-Sharikah informed the Operations Department of the Interior Ministry and officers at the Kabd Police Station that two mortar bombs were seen in an area in Kabd opposite the army personnel training ground, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
Al-Sharikah said a police patrol was sent to the area four hours later because the area is under the authority of Ahmadi security governorate.
It has also been reported a police patrol affiliated to the Ahmadi Governorate was sent to the area and not a patrol from the Kabd Police Station, although the police station is a few meters away where the bombs were found.
The lawyer has appealed to the Interior Minister to reconsider the distribution of areas.

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