Kuwaiti, relative caught drunk

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 30: A Kuwaiti citizen and his brother-in-law were arrested recently in Hawally for consumption and possession of liquor.
According to security sources, while securitymen were patrolling Hawally at night, they noticed a vehicle parked in front of a building. Securitymen checked the identity of the two occupants and discovered that the driver is a Kuwaiti citizen while the passenger is the brother of his wife.
Detecting the smell of alcohol from them, securitymen checked the vehicle and found a bottle of locally brewed liquor.
They were arrested and referred with the liquor to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against them.

Asian held with drugs: An Asian expatriate was arrested recently for possession of heroin, ‘Shapo’ drug, several intoxicants and a large sum of money.
According to security sources, when the General Department for Criminal Evidences received information about the Asian expatriate involved in drug trafficking, they carried out investigations. After confirming the tip-off, they arrested him and checked to find the illicit items
The suspect was referred with the items to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against him.

Syrian hurt in fight: A Syrian expatriate sustained a head injury and fractured his arm during a quarrel with two others in Hassawi recently.
According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information from a passerby about the quarrel in Hassawi, securitymen and paramedics rushed to the location and referred the injured expatriate to Farwaniya Hospital for treatment.
Securitymen arrested the other two Syrian expatriates and investigations with them revealed that the quarrel was over some former disputes between them.
The suspects were detained in the police custody to be referred to the Public Prosecution.

Duo held with ‘pills’: An Egyptian expatriate and a 17-year-old Kuwaiti citizen were arrested recently in Farwaniya for possession of five narcotic pills.
According to security sources, while securitymen were patrolling Farwaniya, they suspected two individuals sitting in a lot who tried to run away when they noticed the patrol vehicle.
The securitymen managed to arrest them and checked their details to discover one is an Egyptian expatriate while the other is a 17-year-old Kuwaiti citizen. Securitymen checked their possessions and found five narcotic pills.
They were referred with the items to the Directorate General for Drug Control for necessary legal action against them.

Handbag snatched: An unknown individual stole the handbag of an Ethiopian woman recently in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh.
According to security sources, the Ethiopian woman had filed a case at Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh Police Station, informing securitymen that an unknown individual, who was attired in casual wear and hid his face with a cloth, snatched her handbag from her hand and ran away.
She revealed that her handbag contained her passport, cash of KD 200 and her mobile phone.
A case was registered and investigations are ongoing to arrest the suspect and retrieve the stolen items.

Security crackdown: Officers from Ahmadi Security Directorate recently launched security campaigns in Ahmadi Governorate during which they arrested 14 individuals, seized four vehicles, recovered two stolen vehicles and issued 22 citations against various traffic violations.
Reportedly, 11 individuals were arrested for non-possession of Civil ID cards or valid residency while three were arrested for their involvement in legal cases. The arrested individuals were referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against them.
The four seized vehicles were referred to the Seized Vehicles Garage.
Ahmadi Security Directorate affirmed continuation of such campaigns to arrest the violators of law and traffic rules.

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