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Detention of 3 suspects in Sulaibiya heist extended

KUWAIT CITY, June 2: The Detention Renewal Judge has extended detention of three suspects in the vegetable market heist in Sulaibiya until completion of investigations. Case files indicate that one of the accused — a Kuwaiti — denied all the charges leveled against him; claiming another suspect — a Bedoun — gave him some money to be used in their joint commercial project. Another suspect, a Syrian, also denied the murder charge but admitted being an accomplice; indicating that the Bedoun is the mastermind. The Bedoun, on the other hand, confessed to all other charges, except murder. He said his intention was to fire a warning shot, not to kill; adding that the Syrian burnt the car while the Kuwaiti had nothing to do with the crime.

Trucker arrested: An Asian truck driver was arrested for trying to smuggle 20 kilograms of hashish into the country, reports Al- Seyassah daily. Customs officers assigned at Abdally border got suspicious when they noticed the agitated demeanor of the driver upon approaching the inspection counter. This has prompted the officers to thoroughly inspect the truck, leading to the discovery of the contraband. The truck driver was referred to the concerned security department for the necessary legal action. In another incident, a team of officers from the Drug Control General Department (DCGD) arrested two expatriates for the possession of three kilograms of an undisclosed drug and a marijuana plantation. Acting on information from a reliable source, the officers put the two suspects under surveillance. Upon verification of the information, the officers obtained an arrest and search warrant. This was followed by a raid in the apartment of the suspects where the narcotic substances were discovered. The suspects were referred to the concerned authorities for prosecution.

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