KUWAIT CITY, Dec 22: There have been reports of theft of car number plates, reports Al-Shahed daily. The daily added, these plates are stolen from cars which are confiscated and parked in the Municipality garages or cars seized by police and parked in the parking lots of the police station garages. The main purpose may, the source said, to avoid arrest at police checkpoints
Women in fight: A quarrel broke out between a Syrian woman and an Egyptian woman in front of a building in Hawally area, says Al-Seyassah. According to security sources, the Syrian woman, during an argument with the Egyptian woman, started hitting her with her shoes, which led to the fight between them. The guard of the building notified the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior. When securitymen arrived at the location, they discovered that the building guard had settled the quarrel and the two women returned to their flats in the building. He told securitymen that these women had a similar quarrel one week ago. Securitymen summoned them to the police station of the area and took necessary action against them.
Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti woman lodged a complaint at South Surra Police Station against an unknown driver of a Jeep. She explained that he chased her while she was driving in the area. When he forced her to stop, he demanded her to take his mobile number and proposed to start an illicit affair with her. When she refused, he spit at her and drove away. Using the details given by the victim, securitymen launched investigations to find and arrest the suspect.
Runaway maids held: The Farwaniya police have arrested eight maids reported absconding by their sponsors — 2 Sri Lankan, 2 Filipinas and four Ethiopians, reports Al-Rai daily. The maids have been referred to the competent authority prior to their deportation from the country. They were seized near a commercial complex in Farwaniya.