The drug traffickers and contraband seized.
Arab expats in drug peddling - 2 kg hashish, pills seized Hunt for arsonist as vehicles vandalized

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 3: Two Arab expatriates were apprehended for smuggling drugs via Salmi border exit and 2kg of hashish with 3,000 narcotic pills in their possession were confiscated by securitymen.
Following information the Drug Control General Department received about their activities, securitymen placed the suspects under surveillance and finally arrested them at the Salmi border with the aforementioned drugs, which they had carefully hidden inside the heavy duty vehicle. They were referred with the items to Drug Prosecution.

Vehicles vandalized: A Kuwaiti lady with her two daughters filed a case against an unknown person who continually damages their vehicles while they are parked in front of their house in Sabah Al-Salem area.
The woman said the perpetrator has made it a habit to damage their cars. A case was registered for investigation to trail the suspect.

Iranian stabbed: An Iranian expatriate working at a garage in Shuyoukh Industrial area stabbed his compatriot during an argument at the workplace.
Acting on information, a team of securitymen and paramedics rushed to the scene and referred the injured person to Sabah Hospital.
Initial investigation revealed the victim was stabbed by his compatriot while fighting. A case was registered.

Bike stolen: An Egyptian expatriate lost his motorbike to thieves while delivering a meal to a customer in a flat at Hawalli area.
Security sources said the Egyptian ‘delivery guy’ was surprised when he came out of the building and discovered the motorbike was gone.
He is said to have walked back to the restaurant and later registered a case with officers at the area police station.

Duo nabbed: Police have arrested two unidentified youths from a Gulf Cooperation Council state for breaking into cars in Taima, Jahra, reports Al-Rai daily.
The daily added the suspects were caught red-handed by a police patrol during routine duty in the area.

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