Cleaning firm worker kills himself; labourer run over Two held in Egyptian businessman’s murder

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 10: An Asian cleaning company worker recently ended his life by jumping from the roof of a house in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, reports Al-Rai daily.
When the Operations Department of the Interior Ministry received a call from residents of the area, police patrols and paramedics rushed to the area and found the man in a pool of blood.
The victim’s relatives said he was suffering from financial problems.
Meanwhile, the remains of an unidentified laborer who was run over by a motorist driving a cement-mixer in Fintas while on duty, have been referred to Forensics, reports Al-Shahed daily.
According to the daily, the victim was working for a road construction firm. Police have arrested the motorist.

2 held in murder: Personnel from the Criminal Investigation Department have arrested two men — an Egyptian and a bedoun — in connection with the murder of the Egyptian real estate businessman, identified as Haroun Abdulaziz Muhammad, reports Annahar daily.
Police interrogations are continuing with the two men to know motives behind the alleged murder although, some as reports suggest, the victim was involved in financial disputes with citizens and expatriates.
Earlier it was reported the victim was found dead inside his office in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh. A suspect (suspects) reportedly shot at him six times. Two fatal shots — one to the head and another to the heart — killed him on the spot. A report issued by the Forensic Department shows all bullets came from a single weapon.
Following the murder, police had seized the cell phone of the victim and were reportedly tracing all incoming and outgoing calls made prior to the murder.
Police had also detained for interrogation all people who had business relations with the victim in addition to the employees who work in the company where the victim was employed.

Afghans held in theft: Police have arrested five Afghans for stealing parts of cars and selling them to a GCC automobile parts trader, reports Al-Rai daily.
According to security sources the Jahra police arrested two men in the vicinity of Amghara Scrapyard.
One of them was staying in the country illegally and was wanted by law for escaping from his employer.
Police investigations revealed the man was in the area to sell spare parts and during interrogation he admitted to stealing these parts from cars.
The police then took him to a police station where he gave police the names of four of his accomplices.
The men have been referred to the concerned authorities.

Cafe workers nabbed: Personnel from the Vice Squad Department affiliated to the Ministry of Interior have arrested the employees of 17 Internet cafes in Salmiya for violating laws, reports Al-Rai daily.
The daily added the department acting on information formed a team and raided the cafes and arrested the men.
The concerned authorities have also taken into custody the owners of the cafes for interrogation.

Too much of drugs: A 30-year-old Kuwaiti suffering from an overdose of drugs has been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of the Farwaniya Hospital, reports Annahar daily.
According to security sources the victim was being treated for drug addiction at a Psychological Medicine Hospital.
Meanwhile, an unidentified Kuwaiti youth who fell unconscious after consuming wrong medicine was rushed to a hospital by his relatives, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The daily did not give more details.

‘Offensive’ toys:
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has seized some toys in the shape of guns which have a built-in device that speaks offensive phrases, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The toys have been impounded by the ministry and investigations are underway to find out who imported them and how they escaped the hand of the law. According to reports each toy was sold for approximately two dinars.

5 stuck in lift: Acting on information personnel from the Fahaheel Fire Center rushed to a residential building and rescued five men — three Kuwaitis and two Arabs — who were stuck in an elevator on the third floor, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
According to security sources overweight was the cause of the mishap. The victims were treated for asphyxiation.

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