KUWAIT CITY, Feb 1: An Indian expatriate was arrested for selling hashish and heroin in Jahra area. According to security sources, when Director of Jahra Security Directorate Major General Mahmoud Al-Tabakh received information about an Indian expatriate involved in drug peddling, a security team was formed for investigations. After observing the suspect and confirming the information, an undercover agent was sent to the suspect to purchase hashish and heroin.
During the transaction, the suspect was arrested. They checked him to fi nd drugs as well as a knife. When questioned, he confessed that he has been selling drugs for past six months. Necessary action was taken against him and he was referred to the Public Prosecution. Meanwhile, a man, who is nicknamed “Ras Albattery”, was arrested in Hawally area for committing thefts and vandalism.
According to security sources, when Hawally securitymen received several complaints from Kuwaiti citizens and expatriates that an unknown individual stole the contents of their vehicles, a team was formed. Investigations revealed that a man, who is popularly known as “Ras Albattery” has been stealing from parked vehicles. He was arrested in a trap. Further investigations revealed that he has carried out several thefts and vandalism. Necessary action was taken against him after which he was referred to the Public Prosecution
Boys steal smart phones from booth
The Ahmadi police have arrested four juveniles for stealing seven smart mobiles from a booth belonging to a well-known telecommunications company, reports Al-Rai daily. The theft occurred inside a commercial complex in Al-Rai and during interrogation the suspects are said to have admitted to the crime. The arrest came after the legal representative of the company filed a complaint with the Andalus Police Station and the police lifted fingerprints from the booth.
Meanwhile, the Hawally police have arrested a Kuwaiti and an Egyptian for possessing 93 Tramadol pills, reports Al-Rai daily. The suspect was caught in Nugra during routine patrolling. The men have been handed over to the General Department for Drugs Control.