KUWAIT CITY, Jan 23: Ahmadi Security Director Brigadier Abdullah Safa has sent an official letter to Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior Lieutenant General Suleiman Al- Fahad, requesting the deportation of 64 hawkers who were arrested from a makeshift market in Mahboula area as well as four expatriates who violated the residency law, reports Al- Anba daily.
Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti woman who is wanted by law for a financial crime was arrested in Hawally area for drunken driving, reports Al-Rai daily. The woman was driving recklessly when she was stopped by Special task force officers who were patrolling Hawally area. When they realized she was highly intoxicated, they checked her vehicle and seized three whisky bottles. When they checked her records, they discovered she is wanted by law for a financial crime. They referred her to the Directorate General for Drugs Control before referring her to the Sentences Enforcement Department.
Man exercising nude: An unidentified individual was arrested for exercising nude inside a well-known health club, reports Al-Shahed daily. When the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the nude man from the guard of the health club, securitymen rushed to the location and arrested the naked man who was performing physical exercises. They covered him and referred him to the Psychology Medicine Hospital to examine his mental status.
Detectives nab 47 male, female absconders
Detectives from the General Residency Affairs Department arrested 47 male and female expatriates that absconded from their sponsors; some of the suspects were into prostitution and others had no valid residence. A security source said the department received a tip off about the activities of an African who accommodates absconders and forces them into prostitution and human trafficking.
Detectives verified the information and obtained search and arrest warrant from the Public Prosecution before raiding the location where several law violators were caught. Also, the officers busted a network of illegal international call traders and referred them with their operation gadgets to concerned authorities for necessary action.