The two Asians and different kinds of drugs found in their possession.
Bangladeshi trio abduct, rape Sri Lankan maid Cocktail of drugs with two expats

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 27: Police are looking for three Bangladeshis for kidnapping and raping a Sri Lankan housemaid, reports Annahar daily.
According to security sources the maid in her complaint to the police said she was walking along a street in Firdous and the three men forced her into their car and drove her to a desert in Sabah Al-Ahmad and raped her successively several times.
The maid added the men then started drinking alcohol and she managed to escape.

Cocktail of drugs with two expats: International Drug Control Department affiliated to Directorate General for Drug Control arrested two Asian expatriates recently for possession of one-kilogram pack and five rolls of marijuana drug, 200 grams of heroin, 50 grams of ‘Shabu’, 20 grams of hashish and 3,000 narcotic pills and a sensitive weighing scale.
Reportedly, when the department received information about the two suspects’ illegal activities, officers from Public Investigation Department formed a team for investigations.
After confirming the information they received, the officers rushed to the suspects’ apartment and found the drugs and the sensitive weighing scale.
The suspects were arrested and during investigations, they confessed their crime. They were referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against them.
Meanwhile, two Asian expatriates were arrested recently in Mahboula for possession of 11 bottles of locally brewed liquor.
Reportedly, while Hawally securitymen were patrolling Mahboula on Tuesday morning, they suspected two expatriates, among whom one was carrying a carton, when they tried to hide after noticing the patrol vehicle.
Securitymen immediately approached them and checked their details. Checking the carton, they discovered 11 bottles of locally brewed liquor.
The suspects were arrested and referred with the items to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against them.

Officer spat on: Police have detained a Kuwaiti woman at the Dai’ya Police Station for humiliating police. This happened when she was summoned by the police for failing to pay KD 10,000 debt, reports Al-Anba daily.
According to security sources she was taken to the police station when during a routine security check police found she was wanted in a financial fraud.
The woman allegedly spat on a police officer when he was interrogating her.
The woman will be referred to the Sentences Enforcement Department

48 hours, engine running: A Kuwaiti man was summoned to the Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh Police Station and released after signing a pledge of good conduct, reports Al-Anba daily.
It has been reported the security authorities were put on a state of alert when a car was parked opposite the VIP lounge at the Kuwait International Airport for more than 48 hours with engine on.
Police checked the vehicle and found no hazardous material inside the car. When the security authorities summoned the owner of the car, he said it was his brother who used the car.
He also said he won’t be able to call him because he is gone to perform the short pilgrimage ‘umra’.

Ban flouter held: Officers at the Kuwait International Airport recently foiled an attempt by an Asian man to leave the country, reports Al-Shahed daily. According to security sources there is a travel ban on the Asian for failing to pay a bank loan.
The Asian has been referred to the Sentences Enforcement Department.

Cash, phones stolen: Police are looking for an unidentified burglar who allegedly broke into a shop selling cell phones and escaped with KD 6,500 cash and 35 cell phones, reports Al-Anba daily.
The Kuwaiti owner of the shop has filed a complaint with the Salmiya Police Station.
In another unrelated incident, the Al-Watan Arabic daily reported a thief broke into a similar shop in Al-Riqei and escaped with cell phones and accessories worth KD 700.
Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted the fingerprints from both the shops to identify the culprits.

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