KUWAIT CITY, Jan 18: A 1983- born Bedoun resident who was sentenced in absentia to ten-year imprisonment for a kidnapping case was arrested in Mubarak Al-Kabeer area. According to security sources, Mubarak Al-Kabeer securitymen were on routine patrol duty in the area when they suspected a vehicle and ordered the driver to pull over. They checked his details and discovered he is a Bedoun who is wanted for enforcement of a sentence issued in absentia against him. He was arrested and referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action. Meanwhile, Farwaniya securitymen arrested a Bedoun youth who was involved in a crime that occurred in Sabah Al-Nasser area and was sentenced to ten-year imprisonment. In addition, a 1977-born Kuwaiti citizen who was wanted by law for nonpayment of a debt worth KD 30 and for his involvement in a case of breach of trust was arrested and referred to the concerned authorities.
Drug peddler caught: The Nugra police have arrested a bedoun for trafficking in drugs and narcotic pills, reports Al-Rai daily. According to a security source police acting on a tipoff from an unidentified source put the man under surveillance for some time and after taking legal procedures raided his home in a suburb of Sa’ad Al-Abdulla and confiscated 5 kilos of hashish, 10 narcotic pills and two bottles of whisky. According to records the bedoun had been sentenced in absentia to 10 years suspended sentence. He has been referred to the Public Prosecution.
Injuries in gang fight: A quarrel broke out among a group of Kuwaiti juveniles near a roundabout in Riqqa area near Hadiya, resulting in injuries to two among them. According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the quarrel, securitymen rushed to the location and settled the quarrel among the Kuwaiti juveniles. Two of them were referred to the nearest hospital for treatment of the injuries they sustained. When questioned, the suspects revealed that the quarrel was based on some personal disputes among them. They were referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action.
By Meshal Al-Sanousi Al-Seyassah Staff