Girl caught drunk with boys

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 31: Two Kuwaiti youths and a girl were arrested recently on Coastal Road for consumption and possession of liquor as well as two hashish cigarettes.

According to security sources, while securitymen were patrolling the road, they noticed a vehicle being driven in an unsteady manner and stopped it to discover they were two youths and a girl inside the vehicle.

Detecting the smell of alcohol from the vehicle, securitymen questioned them and they revealed that they had consumed liquor. One of the youths showed securitymen the liquor bottle.

Securitymen checked the vehicle and found two cigarettes filled with hashish.

The suspects were arrested and referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against them.

Trio held with liquor: A Kuwaiti citizen and a Bedoun youth were arrested recently for stealing tents from the camping area in Mutla.
According to security sources, while securitymen were patrolling Mutla, they suspected a pickup truck carrying tents and stopped the vehicle for checking.
By checking the details of the two occupants, they discovered that the driver is a Kuwaiti citizen while the youth is a Bedoun.
During investigations, they confessed that they had stolen the tents from the camping area in Mutla, which they were planning to sell it to Asian expatriates for half the original price.

Tent thieves nabbed: A Kuwaiti citizen and a Bedoun youth were arrested recently for stealing tents from the camping area in Mutla’a.
According to security sources, while securitymen were patrolling Mutla’a, they suspected a pickup truck carrying tents and stopped the vehicle for checking.
By checking the details of the two occupants, they discovered that the driver is a Kuwaiti citizen while the youth is a Bedoun.
During investigations, they confessed that they had stolen the tents from the camping area in Mutla’a, which they were planning to sell it to Asian expatriates for half the original price.
They were arrested and referred to the police station of the area where a case was registered against them. Necessary legal action was taken against them. They were arrested and referred to the police station of the area where a case was registered against them. Necessary legal action was taken against them.

Doctor insulted: An Egyptian doctor working at Saad Al-Abdullah Academy for Security Sciences filed a case against a military officer, accusing the latter of insulting him while on duty for refusing to grant him medical leave even though he was in good health condition.
According to security sources, the doctor informed securitymen that the suspect came to his office and demanded for medical leave. However, when the doctor refused to grant him the leave due to his good health condition, the officer insulted him and vandalized his office.
Investigations are ongoing to arrest the military officer.

Woman threatened: A Kuwaiti woman lodged a complaint against her Kuwaiti ex-husband recently at Salhiya Police Station, accusing him of threatening to murder her as they left the Justice Palace.
Securitymen summoned the suspect to the police station where he denied the accusations.
Necessary action were taken against them and they were referred to the concerned authorities for further investigations.

Two hurt in fight: A Pakistani and an Egyptian sustained injuries and bruises during a quarrel between them in Salmiya recently.
According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information from a passerby about the quarrel between two expatriates, securitymen and paramedics rushed to the location and referred the two injured expatriates to Mubarak Hospital for treatment.
Investigations with them revealed that the quarrel started with an argument which developed into a physical fight. Necessary action was taken against them.


By: Munaif Nayef and Meshal Al-Sanousi Special to the Arab Times

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