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Two Egyptians held with 50,000 drug pills in separate incidents Police arrest lance corporal for consuming drugs

KUWAIT CITY, May 31: Two Egyptian expatriates were separately arrested at Kuwait International Airport in possession of large quantities of narcotic pills. According to security sources, customs officers at Kuwait International Airport, after receiving directives from the Airport Controller of Customs Sulaiman Al-Fahad to intensify surveillance on travelers, apprehended an Egyptian expatriate who arrived at around 1:00 am carrying 30,000 pills, which he had concealed inside a bag. He was immediately referred with the drugs to the concerned authorities. After almost six hours of the first arrest, the officers arrested another Egyptian expatriate who tried to smuggle 20,000 Tremadol pills into the country. He had tied the drugs to his legs using cloth pieces but his efforts turned futile. He has been referred for prosecution.

Lance corporal arrested: Ahmadi police nabbed a police lance corporal for consuming and possessing drugs, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily. A security source said the lance corporal was placed under surveillance after the sector received information that he was a drug addict. Later on, the officer was arrested when he came to work in a disoriented state. He was referred to the relevant authorities as two rolls of hashish were found in his possession with other drug substances recovered from his car. Meanwhile, security operatives at the Kuwait International Airport arrested a Kuwaiti citizen for possessing drugs, reports Al-Rai daily. Security sources said the citizen was sitting in the back seat of his car at the airport parking lot and was at a complete loss when the police found him. They confiscated four rolls of hashish, a sachet of heroin and tools for administering drugs before referring him to the General Drug Control Department.

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