Man acquitted of kidnapping

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 10: The Criminal Court, chaired by Judge Adnan Jasser, has acquitted a young man of kidnapping a girl and trying to molest her.
Case files indicate a bus driver saw the alleged victim jumping out the car of the accused. The driver immediately stopped to avoid hitting the victim who asked him to protect her from the accused, so he immediately noted the plate number of the suspect’s car.
During interrogations, the girl said the accused convinced her to talk to him and when she got into his car, the suspect started showing signs of anger as she refused to carry out indecent acts with him. She then panicked and forced herself out of the car. She later filed a complaint accusing him of trying to kidnap her with the intention to molest her.
However, Attorney Mohammad Khuraibet, lawyer for the accused, demanded for the acquittal of his client due to the absence of incriminating evidence. He argued the statements of the victim and the driver did not prove that the accused had the intention to commit a crime.
Moreover, results of investigations revealed that the accused called the girl and they had an agreement to meet but after she got into the car, she asked him to return to her area and then he slapped her. The lawyer pointed out this incident does not prove the girl’s claim that the accused tried to abduct her with the intention to molest her.
The court acquitted the suspect after carefully analyzing the evidence and statements presented by both parties.

Drug smuggler arrested: Salmi Customs officers have arrested a Kuwaiti for trying to smuggle an undisclosed quantity of hashish from a GCC country.
While inspecting the vehicles passing through the border, the officers noticed the suspicious acts of the citizen when he approached the inspection both.  The officers then searched the vehicle thoroughly, resulting in the discovery of the hashish.
The Kuwaiti was referred to the concerned security department for questioning and other necessary legal action.


Iraqi arrested: An Iraqi was arrested recently for the possession of sorcery tools.
Security sources revealed the Iraqi exhibited suspicious behavior while passing through Abdally Border; so the Customs officers checked his vehicle where they found some talismans, beads and a piece of cloth used for sorcery.
The Iraqi was referred to the relevant security department for the necessary legal action.

Inspection nets 16: The Operations and Patrols Administration at Hawally Security Directorate continued its surprise inspection campaign in the governorate to track down those who have violated the law.
In a press statement Monday, the Ministry of Interior disclosed the campaign led to the arrest of 16 people wanted by law for their involvement in different cases and 11 who violated the Residency Law.  They were referred to the concerned security department for the necessary legal action.
The campaign also resulted in the issuance of 260 traffic citations.

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