Visa peddler arrested as over 100 drivers ‘hired’ instead of 3

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 26: A Kuwaiti citizen was arrested recently for illegally employing 118 drivers in his company by forging official documents since his company had the license for only three vehicles.
According to a security source, when Major General Abdullah Al-Rashid received information that a Kuwaiti citizen had forged official documents to employ laborers and obtained permission for vehicles illegally, he formed a team from the General Immigration Department for investigations.
After the officers confirmed with the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor that the suspect had presented forged documents, they arrested him.
He was referred to the concerned authorities and a case of forgery was registered against him.
Major General Al-Rashid praised the efforts of General Immigration Department officers, stressing that they are keen on combating human trafficking in the country.

Kuwaiti swindled: A Kuwaiti man has filed a complaint with the Salhiya Police Station accusing an unidentified person of swindling him, reports Al-Anba daily.
The complainant said the swindler claimed he was in the business of importing goods from East Asia and the victim parted with KD 65,000 to run a joint business.
However, after the Kuwaiti invested his money, the suspect used the money for his personal interest and disappeared.

Chinese rob Egyptian: Two Egyptians, accompanied by their sponsor, have filed a complaint with the Fahd Al-Ahmad Police Station accusing five Chinese men of stealing KD 1,000 from them, reports Al-Anba daily.
The complainants said they were traveling in a company car and the five Chinese forced them to pull over on a street in Jaber Al-Ali and escaped with the money.

Car thieves arrested
: Police have arrested two persons — a Saudi and a Jordanian — for allegedly attempting to steal cars from a garage located inside the Shuwaikh Industrial Area, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
A security source said the arrest came when a manager of the garage filed a complaint against unidentified persons accusing them of stealing 30 cars keys which were under repair.
Police then put the garage under surveillance and arrested a Saudi who is believed to be in his 20s who was caught red-handed while opening the car.
During interrogation he admitted to stealing the keys and guided police to his Jordanian accomplice.
The thieves have been referred to the authorities.

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