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Kuwaiti Student unconscious after consuming drugs in school

KUWAIT CITY, March 3: A 20-year old Kuwaiti student fell unconscious after consuming drugs in a private university in Mishref area. According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information from the university managed about the unconscious student, securitymen and paramedics rushed to the location and referred the student to Mubarak Hospital. Medical examinations revealed that the student had consumed drugs. He was admitted in the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital.  Securitymen checked his details to discover he is a 20-year-old Kuwaiti citizen. They took necessary action against him. Meanwhile, two unknown individuals impersonated as police officers and attacked an Indian expatriate. They robbed him of his mobile phone and the ‘BMW’ vehicle of his sponsor in the parking area of a commercial complex in Salmiya area. 
According to security sources, the victim was parking the vehicle in the parking area of the commercial complex when two individuals knocked on the window of the vehicle. When he opened the window, the two suspects said they are police officers and asked him to step out of the vehicle. When he did, one of them started beating him. They then took his mobile and drove away in the vehicle.  The victim rushed to the police station of the area and informed securitymen about the incident. A circular containing the details of the vehicle was sent to patrol teams for arresting the suspects.
Citizen, son beat girl: A Kuwaiti citizen and his juvenile son were arrested for beating a Kuwaiti girl in public in Hawally area and removing her hijab. According to security sources, Hawally securitymen were patrolling the area when they noticed two men attacking a girl. They rushed to them and arrested the two men to discover they are Kuwaiti citizens. They later discovered that the victim is also a Kuwaiti citizen. She revealed that the suspects insulted her and slapped her face after which they removed her hijab. Securitymen detained the suspects in police custody and a case was registered against them. Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti citizen was summoned to police station for questioning after his son lodged a complaint against him, accusing his father of beating him during a quarrel between them in their house in Adaliya area. In addition, three Egyptian expatriates who work in a fish shop in Nugra area were arrested for attacking another inside the shop. Sources revealed that the victim rushed to the police station and lodged a complaint against the suspects, submitting a medical report to indicate the injuries and bruises he sustained due to the assault.  The suspects were arrested and referred to the police station of the area. 
Securitymen nab Kuwaiti: Hawally security patrols continued tracking down those wanted by law for their involvement in various crimes in compliance with the instructions of Director Brigadier Ghaloom Habeeb. During the crackdown, the securitymen arrested a Kuwaiti suspected of possessing narcotic substances due to his abnormal condition. The securitymen observed the suspect in Salmiya as he was driving recklessly.  The officers signaled for the suspect to pull over and they inspected the vehicle. The officers found some drugs, mobiles and other things from the vehicle. A case was registered and investigations are ongoing to determine if the Kuwaiti committed a crime or not. 
Youths arrested on drugs: Hawally patrolmen arrested two youths for the consumption of drugs, as well as the possession of hashish and a pistol. While patrolling the area, the officers noticed the erratic movement of a vehicle, so they signaled for the driver to pull over.  When they approached the vehicle, the officers noticed the agitated condition of the driver and his companion.  This has prompted them to inspect the car thoroughly, leading to the discovery of six rolls of hashish and a pistol. A case was registered and the youths were referred to the relevant security department for the necessary legal action.  
By Munaif Nayef and Meshal Al-Sanousi
Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies

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