The three drug peddlers and contraband seized.
Three Arab nationalsheld with hashish, pills

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 4: Three Arab nationals were arrested recently for possession of 15 fingers of hashish and 3,000 narcotic pills.
According to security sources, when the Directorate General for Drug Control (DGDC) received information about an Arab expatriate involved in drug trafficking, a team was formed for investigations.
After confirming the information and taking necessary legal measures, the officers raided his apartment where they arrested the suspect with his accomplice of same nationality. They confiscated 13 fingers of hashish and 1,000 narcotic pills from the apartment.
During interrogations, they confessed that they obtained the drugs from a compatriot.
The officers raided the apartment of the third suspect and found 2 fingers of hashish and 2,000 narcotic pills. They arrested the third suspect and referred him along with the others and the illicit drugs to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against them.
Meanwhile, two expatriates were arrested recently for possession of 250 grams of heroin and 1,000 narcotic pills.
According to security sources, when DGDC received information about two expatriates involved in drug trafficking, a team was formed for investigations.
After confirming the tip-off and taking necessary legal measures, the officers raided the apartment and found the illicit drugs. They arrested the two suspects and referred them to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against them.

Kuwaiti held: A Kuwaiti citizen was arrested recently in Jahra for his involvement in a criminal case following a traffic accident on Amghara Bridge.
According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about a collision of two vehicles on Jahra Road, securitymen and paramedics rushed to the location.
During investigations, securitymen discovered that one of the drivers was involved in a criminal case.
When securitymen tried to arrest him, he resisted and tried to escape but they managed to control him.
He was referred to the General Department for Criminal Evidences for necessary legal action against him.

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