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Many arrested in crackdown on vice; Chaos in Fahaheel bazar

KUWAIT CITY, March 24: During a crackdown on violators of law and illegals the Adan police are said to have arrested four people of various nationalities, reports Al-Anba daily. The arrests came following directives issued by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior to arrest all persons wanted by law. In the same respect, the Hawalli police are said to have arrested a Nepali who was wanted in connection with the theft of KD 5,500, a Filipino maid wanted by law for stealing the jewelry of her sponsor, a Kuwaiti for threatening to kill another person and an unidentified young woman on whom an absconding report had been filed at a police station.

Chaos in Fahaheel bazar: A Kuwaiti youth who declined to show his civil ID card to the police and resisted arrest during a security check at the Fahaheel markets zone was referred to the concerned authority. Apparently, the officers were conducting a security campaign in Fahaheel markets area when they requested the citizen to show his civil ID card. To their surprise, the citizen refused to follow orders. He tried to escape on foot when the officers finally got hold of him and put him inside a patrol vehicle. With the help of passersby, the citizen was controlled and later referred to the area police station. A case was registered against him.

Escapee re-arrested: After a six-hour hunt, the Jahra police are said to have rearrested an unidentified person who had escaped from police during interrogation with handcuffs still on, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added, the suspect was being interrogated by an officer at the Saad Al- Abdullah Police Station and for breaking into the home of a Kuwaiti and damaging police vehicle in a vain attempt to escape. The arrest came after his picture and description was circulated among all police patrols.

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