Drunk ex-con sets 2 poll tents on fire Liquor found on Kuwaiti citizen

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 26: A drunken Kuwaiti man who served a prison term is said to have set on fire two election campaign tents in Jahra, leading to minor damage to both structures.
Police arrested the suspect few hours after he fled the scene, and they found a bottle filled with petrol inside his vehicle he had abandoned in Waha.
The Operations Room received a distress call reporting a man in a Ford vehicle had set alight a campaign office in the Fourth Constituency. Security officers rushed to the scene and the suspect escaped at the sight of the police car. They chased the suspect until he parked his vehicle at Waha and took to his heels. They conducted a search inside the car and found the bottle filled with fuel.
In the meantime, the officers checked the car’s details to identify its owner and shortly after that, they received a similar call from another campaign office in the same locality and rushed to the scene, and officers discovered the destruction was minimal. The suspect was heavily intoxicated when security operatives arrested him. They discovered he was an ex-convict after checking his details and referred him to Public Prosecution.

Liquor seized: A Kuwaiti citizen, who was wanted by law in a criminal case, was arrested recently in Nugra with an imported liquor bottle.
Reportedly, while Hawally securitymen were patrolling Nugra, they suspected a vehicle with an occupant parked on the roadside and approached it for checking.
They checked the details of the driver and discovered he is a Kuwaiti citizen involved in a criminal case. Detecting the smell of alcohol, they checked his vehicle and found an imported liquor bottle.
He was arrested and referred to concerned authorities for necessary legal action against him.

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