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Around 160 law-breakers held, ‘citations’ issued in Mahboula – Sheep market raids net 100 illegals

KPTC buses were used to transport people arrested during the raids in Mahboula. Senior MoI officials were present during the campaign. Many illegals, wanted persons and criminals were arrested

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 29: Ahmadi securitymen arrested 160 violators of law and issued 94 traffic citations during a security campaign launched on Wednesday in Mahboula area. According to a press statement issued by Ministry of Interior, the campaign was headed by Undersecretary of Ministry of Interior Lieutenant General Sulaiman Fahad Al-Fahad with the participation of high ranking security officers. Some of the securitymen closed all exit roads from Mahboula area while the rest were distributed to all roads and streets of the area for checking.

After taking necessary permission in advance, they raided some suspicious locations to check the documents of the residents and their legal status. The arrested individuals included 28 who were reported as absconding, 12 involved in civil cases, three involved in drug-related cases, 37 with expired residencies, 67 without any identification documents, two involved in breach of trust cases and one involved in a theft case. General Department of Public Relations and Media Security affirmed that such security campaigns will continue in coordination with all relevant authorities with the aim of arresting wanted individuals and violators of law.

Meanwhile, a total of 100 violators of law were arrested during a security campaign held at Safat Sheep Market in Thaher area based on instructions of Undersecretary of Ministry of Interior Lieutenant General Sulaiman Fahad Al-Fahad and with the participation of high ranking security officers of the ministry.

In a press statement issued by Ministry of Interior, General Department of Public Relations and Media Security explained that the arrested individuals included 35 marginal workers, 20 who were reported as absconding, 14 with expired residencies and 31 without any identification documents. The department affirmed that such security campaigns will continue with the cooperation of all relevant authorities to arrest the violators of law.

Salary letters forged: Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have arrested an Asian for forging salary certificates for the expatriates to help them obtain bank loans, reports Al-Shahed daily. The daily added, acting on information police raided the suspect’s apartment at an unidentified location and caught him red-handed. Police have seized from him seals and letterheads of illusive companies, computer and a scanner. During interrogation he said he charged KD 150 for each certificate.

Magic tools seized: Personnel from the Ahmadi Security Directorate have arrested an Egyptian for possessing the Holy Quran and talismans including sorcery and black magic, reports Al-Shahed daily. The arrest came in Mahboula when police suspect the pedestrian walking with a bag in hand. The suspect has been referred to the concerned authorities.

Teaboy steals cash: A Jordanian has filed a complaint with the Sabah Al-Salem Police Station accusing a Nepalese and a Bangladeshi working for a company where he works of stealing KD 3,000 from his office, reports Al-Anba daily. The Jordanian said the Nepalese works as a tea boy and Bangladeshi a messenger. Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have been summoned to lift the fingerprints.

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