KUWAIT CITY, Sept 23: Anti-narcotics men arrested a Bedoun for peddling in imported alcohol after raiding a livestock pen in Kabad area where he had stocked up the contraband. They confiscated 220 bottles of imported liquor worth about 25 thousand dinars. A security source said General Drug Control Department received a tip-off about the activities of the suspect who allegedly sold a bottle of imported gin for KD100- KD150, and a team of detectives was formed to bring him to book. In the meantime, a secret agent sealed a deal to purchase 12 bottles of gin and agreed to make payment in Kabad area. He was arrested during delivery of the contraband, and he led detectives to the store where they found the items.
Drugs in jack: With the help of surveillance camera and intensive investigation, detectives trailed the person who left a jack containing 5kg of hashish at Abdali border outlet. A security source said customs men found the jack with the contraband and went ahead to check CCTV to determine the suspect.
Two held with pills: Two Syrians were apprehended by Hawalli patrolmen for possessing 18 narcotic pills in Sadeeq area, South Surra. Apparently, the officers were on routine patrol when the Syrians aroused their suspicion. They stopped them for checking and found 18 narcotic pills on them.
Thais nab Kuwaiti: The Kathu police in Thailand have arrested a 44- year-old Kuwaiti for possessing 2,85 grams of marijuana, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added, the man was seized out side the lluzion nightclub on Bangla Road at 12:40 am. Major Nawee Singsom of the Kathu police said the Kuwaiti was standing outside the nightclub and looked nervous when officers walked past him. “We decided to search him and found a bag of marijuana inside his trouser pocket,” said Major Nawee. The citizen was taken to Kathu Police Station where he was charged with illegal possession of a Category 5 drug.
Drugs with Bangladeshi: The Farwaniya police have arrested a Bangladeshi water tanker driver for trafficking in drugs, reports Annahar daily. The arrest came after the patrols stopped the Bangladeshi on the Sixth Ring Road because the truck did not carry the rear numbers plate.