Citizen, Asian expat perish in two separate traffic accidents Decomposed corpse covered with army uniform found

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 8: A Kuwaiti citizen and an Asian expatriate died in two separate traffic accidents when speeding vehicles hit them while they were crossing the roads.
In details, a Kuwaiti citizen in his 30s died when a speeding vehicle driven by a Kuwaiti woman hit him in Na’eem while he was crossing the road.
According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Interior Ministry received information about an accident in Na’eem, securitymen and paramedics rushed to the location and examined the victim. He was referred to the hospital in serious condition; however, he died upon arrival at the hospital. Officers from General Department of Criminal Evidences referred his corpse to the Forensics Department.
Securitymen arrested the Kuwaiti woman who was driving the vehicle and referred her to the police station of the area.
When they questioned her, she revealed that she was unable to stop the vehicle on time when the victim suddenly crossed the road.
A case was registered and necessary action was taken against her.
Meanwhile, an Asian expatriate died when a speeding vehicle knocked him down in Mangaf. Officers from General Department of Criminal Evidences referred his corpse to the Forensics Department. A case was registered for investigations.

Decomposed corpse found: A decomposed corpse covered in an old military uniform was discovered in Mutla desert.
According to security sources, when a Kuwaiti citizen from Na’eem area was with his family at Mutla desert, he noticed human bones in the sand and found the corpse.
He immediately informed the concerned security authorities and securitymen rushed to the location. They informed the Public Prosecution and a case was registered.
They summoned the Officers from General Department of Criminal Evidences who referred the corpse to the Forensics Department for identification.

Tremadol, Viagra pills found on 2: Two Egyptian expatriates were arrested in Farwaniya for possession of three ‘Tremadol’ and five ‘Viagra’ pills.
According to security sources, while securitymen were patrolling Farwaniya, they noticed three expatriates walking and stopped them for checking.
They checked their identities to discover they are Egyptian expatriates.
When they checked their possessions, they found three ‘Tremadol’ and five ‘Viagra’ pills.
They were arrested and referred with the pills to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against them.

Teacher’s cellphone stolen: The mobile phone of a Kuwaiti teacher working at a school in Abdullah Al-Salem was stolen recently from the teachers’ room.
Reportedly, the teacher rushed to the police station of the area and informed securitymen about the theft of her mobile phone.
Securitymen started their investigations by summoning the female cleaners for questioning. A case was registered and investigations are ongoing to arrest the suspect.

Prosecution summons ex-MP: The Public Prosecution has summoned former MP of the nullified 2012 Parliament Faisal Al-Yahya for participating in an unlicensed rally which was held in a suburb of Yarmouk on the jogging track, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The daily added a case against him was filed by the Ministry of Interior.
The daily said the ministry has also filed a case against 15 other people citing the same reason in addition to assaulting and verbally insulting securitymen on duty in Keifan.
Those summoned include two women and former MP Dr Waleed Al-Tabtabaei.
Two other men who are summoned are tweeters.

KD 80, goods worth KD 400 stolen: A Kuwaiti woman, whose identity has not been disclosed, has filed a complaint with the Riqqa Police Station accusing her maid of stealing KD 80, goods worth KD 400 and her passport, reports Al-Rai daily.
Police are looking for the maid.

KD 1,000 withdrawn from bank: A police officer working for the Ministry of Interior has filed a complaint with the police station accusing an unidentified person of stealing KD 1,000 from his bank account, reports Al-Anba daily.
In his complaint the officer said he discovered the theft when he received an SMS on his cell phone.
The case has been handed over to the e-crimes department.

KD 550 stolen from citizen’s car: Police are looking for an unidentified person for stealing KD 550 from the car of a Kuwaiti man, reports Al-Anba daily.
In his complaint to the police the Kuwaiti said someone broke into his car which was parked in front of his home in Al-Qasr.

KD 180, cellphone stolen: A Kuwaiti man has filed a complaint at the Jahra Police Station accusing an unidentified person of stealing KD 180 and the cell phone of his father while the man was receiving treatment inside the area hospital, reports Al-Anba daily.
The daily did not give more details.

Laptop, wallet stolen: Police are looking for an unidentified person for stealing a laptop and wallet from the car of an unidentified Egyptian computer engineer, reports Alam Alyawm daily.
In his complaint to the Fahaheel Police Station the Egyptian said someone broke the window of his car and stole the wallet and the computer.
Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted fingerprints to identify the culprit.

Cleaning worker in suicide bid: An unidentified Asian cleaning company worker who tried in vain to end his life by cutting his veins, has been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of the Adan Hospital, reports Al-Shahed daily.
According to security sources the incident happened in Mahboula.
When police and paramedics rushed to the spot they found the man lying in a pool of blood.
Police will interrogate the man after he is discharged from the hospital to know why he wanted to end his life.

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