70 cars seized, 50 driving licences pulled in swoop

KUWAIT CITY, March 5: Farwaniya traffic officers issued 120 traffic citations during an extended traffic campaign in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh area. According to security sources, 70 violating vehicles were seized during the campaign and were referred to the seized vehicle garage. In addition, 50 driving licences and vehicle registration books were confiscated. The sources affirmed that such campaigns will be held in all areas of Farwaniya Governorate. Meanwhile, locks were placed on the wheels of 120 vehicles during a traffic campaign that was launched in Sabah Al-Nasser and Ardiya areas against those who displayed their vehicles on road pavements for sale. According to security sources, Farwaniya traffic officers not only placed the locks on the wheels of the violating vehicles but also issued a number of traffic citations. They affirmed that such campaigns will continue in all places of the governorate against those who violate the traffic rules and regulations.

Maid robs sponsor: An Asian housemaid stole her sponsor’s gold bracelet and ring, both worth a total of KD 550, and ran away from her sponsor’s house in Qurain area, reports Al-Seyassah daily. According to security sources, a Kuwaiti woman reported the theft of her gold jewelry by her housemaid at the police station of the area. After taking down details of the runaway housemaid, securitymen launched investigations to find and arrest her. Meanwhile, an unknown individual stole an electric gadget from a camp in Julai’a area. Investigations are ongoing to find the suspect.

Wanted in debt held: A Kuwaiti citizen who is wanted by law for a debt worth KD 39,000 was arrested in Khaitan area, says Al-Seyassah. Also, Mubarak Al-Kabeer securitymen arrested two Kuwaiti citizens who were wanted by law for nonpayment of debts worth KD 1,200 and KD 7,000 respectively.

By Munaif Nayef Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies

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